Keep your sales funnel wider than your competitors

In this video, Adam Grainger discusses with Gabriela Martins da Silva how asset managers are learning to keep their sales funnels wider than their competitors. To learn more, request an invitation to attend WBR’s upcoming Digital Client Engagement Connect event when Adam will give the keynote speech.

5,000 trees planted!

We are thrilled to announce that our Nurturing the Future project has hit its latest milestone – 5,000 trees planted! But where are all these trees? And why did we choose to support certain reforestation projects?

Pinpointing asset management client leakage

Pinpointing asset management client leakage

Accomplish is excited to announce new functionality in the Behavioral Benchmark. In trials, it let asset managers pinpoint abnormal institutional ‘client leakage’. We call it the ‘Gift of Time’ and firms are now using it to keep their sales funnels as wide as possible for as long as possible. In combination with the recent addition of quantifiable revenue impacts, the Gift of Time completes the benchmark’s contribution to asset managers’ quarterly business reviews.

asset management quarterly business review

A template asset management quarterly business review

At Accomplish, we believe the asset management quarterly business review (QBR) will replace the annual distribution strategy because it lets you keep pace with the speed of change in today’s markets. To adapt more effectively than your competitors we believe your QBR needs to balance sufficient rigor with an ‘essentials-only’ approach. To achieve this, we propose a QBR template for institutional distribution professionals that incorporates vital lessons fighter pilots have learned about battling for supremacy in high-stakes situations. We hope you find it useful.

TSAM video London 7 and 8 June.

What is the Behavioral Benchmark, how does it work, and what are asset managers doing with it? Discover the answers to these questions from Adam Grainger, Founder and MD of Accomplish. And if you attend TSAM London on 7 and 8 June 2023, visit the Accomplish stand to learn more.

Asset management business intelligence

Asset management business intelligence

The big news is that the Behavioral Benchmark is now calculating the dollar impact of asset managers’ abilities to get institutional clients to buy, stay, and buy more. If, as the Financial Times has reported, “the golden decade is over” for asset managers, then you should exploit these strategic and dollarizable client behaviors to calculate the ROI of different distribution activities. This will keep you ahead of the competition and out of trouble.

The asset management sales funnel is an hourglass

The asset management sales funnel is an hourglass that comprises buying, staying, and buying more. This is important because a traditional sales funnel that only includes ‘buying’ would expose an asset manager to the risk of lower growth. The Behavioral Benchmark is now helping firms see where on this end-to-end sales funnel they out- and under-perform their peers. Click for more information about this upgrade.

ROI of business intelligence

The ROI of business intelligence

Staff in asset management firms are under renewed pressure to do more with less, yet they already had almost no spare bandwidth. Here are some real-world examples of 2022 efficiency initiatives that do not involve further cuts to bandwidth. This is the second blog in Accomplish’s two-part series on the ROI of business intelligence (BI).

The Accomplish behavioral analytics platform

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