Zawya launches all-new Zawya Investor version
Dubai, January 14, 2013
Zawya, a regional provider of business intelligence and tools for finance professionals in the Mena region, which was acquired last year by Thomson Reuters, has launched a super-tuned version of its flagship product, Zawya Investor.
The upgraded Zawya Investor further underscores Zawya’s commitment to connecting and enabling the local financial community with leading edge information and tools, a statement from the company said.
Zawya Investor now gets richer content and tools bundled into a friendlier interface. Enhanced content includes Reuters live news, more analytical content, increased coverage across asset classes, and expanded coverage of regional private and public companies – all offering more depth, breadth and accuracy, the statement said.
"All these enhancements are now part of Zawya Investor with more to come in 2013. The enhancements are intended to better serve our customers, who are at the center of everything we do,” said Pamela Chikhani, head of Zawya Financial Solutions.
Improved usability provides a better user experience and search capabilities across the platform along with advanced analytical tools, including a dynamic spreadsheet that allows the user to download and manipulate data that refreshes automatically.
Zawya Investor also hosts a new search tool for Shariah scholars, enabling connectivity to scholars around the world for advice or to convene a Shariah board, better serving our customers’ Islamic Finance needs.
“With Zawya’s dedication to bringing more transparency to the Mena region, Zawya Investor continues to provide its users a world-class solution with a regional focus," said Chikhani. “Zawya Investor provides its customers with deep and broad information on the Mena markets across a wide spectrum of information sets and data types.”
Zawya’s offerings cover a wide range of specialised content and tools on various asset classes, markets, industries, companies, projects, and tenders, enabling its network of professionals to find and connect to the right business and investment opportunities in the Mena region. – TradeArabia News Service
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