PRISM provides the tools required to oversee private equity investments. With PRISM, users can create PE specific profiles and capture limited and general partner information for both active and prospective funds. PRISM has advanced data load processes and data entry forms to collect cashflow, valuations, company data and market data used to evaluate and benchmarking funds.
A complete set of tools to analyze, track and oversee private equity investments
PRISM integrates analytics, governance, audit, process, data, and document management into one flexible system
Analyze a fund's performance and cashflow; compare stats with other funds in the same category. Create custom benchmarks to compare against public markets.
Capture all contacts, activities, notes, documents and due diligence data in one central location. Keep track of prospective funds to manage pipeline.
Capture portfolio data and documents for active and prospective funds in a central location allowing easy collaboration with others.
Allow PRISM to be your everyday operational assistant to manage all of your oversight activities.
PRISM offers a one-stop, integrated approach to track projects from the initial data gathering stage, to final commitment, as well as all the due diligence in between. All documents, data and activities can be captured during the entire process and all contributions made by users are logged. Users finally will have access to a user friendly, comprehensive system to track all prospective investments through a customizable multi-stage pipeline process.
PRISM has the tools to calculate performance metrics including IRR, XIRR, NPIRR, TWR, direct alpha, PME, and also various multiples such as TVPI and DPI. Prism also allows users the opportunity to create ranking information such as IRR, TVPI, DPI by incorporating benchmarking data. You can utilize our pacing model to better understand the PE program's cashflow requirements and explore portfolio diversification characteristics by breaking data down into regions, sectors, and industry exposures for both individual funds and fund of funds.