How Opturo Created a Visual Analytics Dashboard for Its Performance & Attribution Application
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Overview: Opturo Investment Process Automation has created a visual front end for its new ODIN Attribution Manager application. They used the Panopticon Developer SDK to tightly integrate Treemap, Heat Map and Scatter Plot data visualizations into the program. The dashboards allow fund managers to analyze the performance of their funds much more effectively than is possible with alternative systems. Opturo’s ODIN Attribution Manager is a comprehensive, low-latency and web-based in-house performance and attribution solution. The application is specifically geared towards improving the quality of information available to fund managers while reducing the portfolio performance analysis costs. The software is capable of decomposing and properly analyzing each portfolio’s unique investment process and provides reliable information to fund managers and investors that can enhance investment decisions. ODIN Attribution Manager supports the following mission-critical functions: Daily, component-level, multi-currency returns for both longs and shorts; Handles intra-day transactions, corporate actions, over-night cash flows and tax reclaim to provide accurate weights and returns for performance reporting and attribution; Daily, trade-inclusive return and risk attribution; Handles equity, fixed income and balanced-funds; Custom decision trees support on-the-fly, user-defined, attribute structures; Industry first implementation of true temporal data visualization for in-depth analysis of historical attribution data. Opturo utilizes the Java edition of the Panopticon Developer SDK as a critical tool in the creation of the ODIN Attribution Manager product. Learn how Opturo used the SDK to embed data visualizations into their application.