Asset Vantage Partners with PCR to Augment Their Family Office Accounting Platform with Great Data
NEW YORK June 7, 2018. PCR, the leading provider of award-winning managed services to UHNW families, private banks, multi-family offices, and investment advisors, today announced a partnership with Asset Vantage, a leading SaaS-based asset management, accounting and reporting system catering to the complex financial needs of customers, to offer an integrated cost-efficient managed data solution within the Asset Vantage platform.
The partnership will integrate PCR’s TotalWealthStream™, the company’s award-winning wealth information management platform, with Asset Vantage’s powerful technology. Combined, PCR and Asset Vantage will deploy a powerful new platform built to automate asset management and accounting to provide a single view for a family’s entire net worth.
“PCR leads the industry with a data first offering that provides a full outsource that consolidates and enriches a client’s total wealth view no matter how hard the data is to aggregate,” said Adam Carta, Chief Operating Officer of PCR. “We are confident that our unique outsourced data aggregation platform will enhance client experience and fuel Asset Vantage’s robust accounting, reporting and analytics and prove very attractive to both existing and new customers.”
“Asset Vantage is focused on delivering a comprehensive solution to clients that enables them to visualize, manage, account and report on complex liquid and illiquid portfolios in new ways to achieve competitive returns. A key tenant of this focus is data consolidation,” said Robin Williams, Managing Director of Asset Vantage. “The Asset Vantage platform excels at catering to the complex and discreet financial needs of clients ranging from DIY high net-worth individuals to fully staffed family offices and accounting firms. By seamlessly integrating with PCR’s TotalWealthStream, clients can easily access hard-to-aggregate data with a centralized platform to streamline reporting and portfolio management.”