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Here is a section that covers the users of this software, including colleagues within the hedge fund or financial firm, as well as external investors:

The users of this software can be divided into two broad categories: internal users, which include colleagues at the hedge fund or financial firm, and external users, primarily investors.

Internal Users Among the internal users, we find a range of roles and job functions. These can include:

Portfolio Managers: These professionals make the actual decisions about what investments to make. They rely on accurate, up-to-date data to inform their decisions. This software provides them with a comprehensive view of market data, investment performance, and risk metrics.

Analysts: Financial analysts and data analysts play a crucial role in sifting through the vast amounts of data to find actionable insights. They utilize this software to manipulate and analyze data, create financial models, and generate reports that influence investment decisions.

Risk Managers: Risk managers use this software to monitor and manage the risk exposure of the fund. The system's capabilities can assist in calculating various risk metrics, performing stress tests, and setting risk limits.

Operations and Compliance Staff: These individuals use the software for a variety of back-office functions, including trade settlement, reconciliation, reporting, and ensuring compliance with various regulatory requirements.

External Users The primary external users of this software are the investors. While they may not directly interact with the system, they are the ultimate consumers of the information it generates.

Investors: Investors, both individual and institutional, rely on regular reports generated by the software to monitor their investments' performance. These reports need to be accurate, clear, and comprehensive, providing a picture of both return and risk.

Auditors and Regulators: While not direct users, the software must provide accurate and detailed audit trails to satisfy regulatory requirements and to facilitate internal and external audits.

In all cases, the software needs to be robust, intuitive, and user-friendly. It needs to allow for quick access to information and a seamless process for data analysis, reporting, and decision making. Given the varying levels of technical expertise among users, the software should also include proper documentation and support, to help users navigate and utilize all its features and capabilities effectively.