Payments to distributors is the largest single expense faced by mutual fund companies. And managing them effectively is crucial.

For a fund complex with $100 billion in assets, paying distibutors can work out to be an expense of roughly $375 million a year. And the hundreds of different fee arrangements that are involved has gotten far too complicated to be handled by spreadsheet, manually.

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