Chronograph partners with Snowflake
Chronograph, a provider of portfolio monitoring solutions, has partnered with Snowflake, a data cloud company, to launch a connectivity-as-a-service offering with the aim of consolidating and analysing portfolio monitoring data.
The partnership is a bid to reduce time to production for services built on the basis of Chronograph’s managed data, and eliminate data warehouse integration management.
To this end, clients should be able to connect data from Chronograph, client and third-party systems into Snowflake’s data cloud for analysis as well as direct access. According to the companies, implementation is executed via turnkey through Snowflake’s secure data-share features.
“We started Chronograph to provide our clients with next-generation private market technology,” commented Chronograph co-founder and chief technology officer, Michael Bridge. “There is strong and growing demand from investors to interact with complex data from many sources, and Chronograph’s new Snowflake connectivity-as-a-service offering will help clients realise solutions to these data challenges with speed and efficiency.”
Chronograph recently added Dealcloud’s Ben Harrison and Julian Rampelmann of Alpinvest to its board.