With another successful proxy season behind us, we are now entering one of the most exciting and innovative times of the year at Equilar. It’s the time when we deliver new products to the marketplace, expand our service offerings, and begin digesting all of the great information that proxy season brings. In sum, now that we’ve all caught our breaths after a whirlwind of compensation data and news, it’s time to take things to the next level.
With that in mind, I am excited to announce the launch of the next generation of ExecutiveInsight. The new ExecutiveInsight (a.k.a. the “New EI,” not to be confused with New Coke) promises to be a game-changer in the world of executive compensation benchmarking and analysis. By fully integrating public proxy information, proprietary survey results, and real-time 8-K and Form 4 data, the new ExecutiveInsight offers our clients unparalleled ease of use and access to the most complete set of Top 25 executive compensation data available.
Revamping and reinventing your flagship product has its own set of unique challenges. Yet, it is precisely because of today’s high-risk environment that the new EI makes sense. In a world where we have a ‘pay czar‘ to monitor and approve compensation arrangements at companies receiving Federal aid, directors, senior executives and compensation professionals need access to the most reliable, accurate, and timely information possible. We strongly believe that the new EI provides our clients with the tools they need to meet today’s challenges head-on.
From a features standpoint, the new ExecutiveInsight is fully loaded. It comes equipped with reporting tools that will allow our clients to generate boardroom-ready presentations in minutes, highly transparent and flexible user-defined methodologies, and the same trusted SureSource™ technology that allows for instant verification of all calculations and data sources. If you’d like to learn more, take a tour of the new ExecutiveInsight by visiting our online tutorial.
I’d like to close this post by thanking the members of our Engineering and Product Development teams who worked tirelessly in recent months and weeks to ensure a successful launch. Although building the new ExecutiveInsight was a company-wide effort, these teams truly excelled.
|Wow. What a rough series with our lovely Philthies this past week. I hate to admit it, but you have to tip your hat to Utley & Co. for once again shaking any confidence the Mets had at the beginning of the week. Watching our Putz-less bullpen blow two leads was too much to bear for June. Can we at least have five good months of baseball before the wheels start to fall off? To the Mets’ credit, given all of their injuries, it’s amazing that they’re only four games behind the Philthies and a half game behind in the wild card chase. But, after treading water in the deep end for the past month with the likes of Wilson Valdez and Ramon Martinez, it certainly feels like bowling balls are being aimed in our direction. First our hated Philthies, now come the Yankees who are looking for blood after getting eaten up by the Sox. Oh no!|