At StreetReader, we have a fundamental view that Investor Relations is often an under-leveraged asset in many companies and will continue to gain in importance and prominence as a critical business function.
StreetReader is a powerful way to manage communication and messaging with your internal stakeholders.
Demonstrate thought leadership
StreetReader ensures that your thought leadership and insights deliver maximum value.
Ensure consistent messaging
StreetReader drives transparency, awareness, and consistency of messaging internally and externally
StreetReader is the only solution built specifically to ensure your executive team knows what the investor community is thinking in real time.
Deep Investor Insight
Know what your current shareholders, prospective investors, and analysts think about your company and competitors.
Beyond Market Data
Stock prices and traditional market data explain "what" is happening but are not sufficient to understand "why." Here's the "why."
Stay on top of what your competitors are saying about their strategy and how the market is reacting.
We built StreetReader to improve the engagement between senior leaders at publicly traded companies and their investor stakeholders including current investors, prospective investors, and the analyst community.
As new regulations and operating models continue to transform the landscape for investment banks and institutional asset managers, executives at public companies will need to ensure that they have great investor relations programs to keep up.
The Key to Productivity? Eliminate Reliance on Email
Because email is such a collaboration killer, teams that rely on it to function are rarely performing at optimum levels.
It’s a story that’s all too familiar: You have a piece of valuable information you need to share with your colleagues and across the executive team. This communication is crucial to ensuring the current top-priority project is completed on time and under budget. So, you shoot out an email in the hope that it will successfully get everyone on the same page.
Four Reasons the Role of Investor Relations is More Important than Ever
Investor Relations will continue to gain in importance and prominence as a critical business function
There are many duties and responsibilities that keep Investor Relations busy and on the ball around the clock. Helping raise capital, engaging with analysts, marketing to investors, communicating financial results, managing expectations, and tracking the stock price
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