Sydney, 21 October 2014 – Reval, a leading global Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of scalable and integrated Treasury and Risk Management (TRM) solutions, announced today that Amcor, one of the world’s largest packaging companies, has chosen Reval to integrate its global cash, risk management, and hedge accounting workflows across four regional treasury centres. Amcor represents Reval’s 100th client with headquarters or global operations in the Asia Pacific Region.
“Reval´s single SaaS platform is replacing multiple treasury systems in APAC, Europe and the U.S. With our global treasury team working together on a common system, we will have better control and transparency,” says Graeme Vavasseur, Vice President & Group Treasurer at Amcor. “Seamless workflow is particularly important for our liquidity planning and hedge accounting. And what I like best about Reval are its reporting analytics and dashboards, which will really drive value to our business.”
“We are seeing more and more innovative treasury organisations move beyond delivering data to providing intelligence for decision-making,” says Tony Singleton, Managing Director Asia Pacific at Reval. “Amcor exemplifies this kind of leading organisation, and we are proud to have them become part of our growing client community in Asia Pacific, and specifically, our 100th client operating in the region.”
Amcor (ASX: AMC) is a global packaging company creating responsible packaging solutions that enhance the products people use in everyday life. With global leadership positions in flexibles and rigid plastics packaging, Amcor continually innovates to find new and better ways, supplying to the food, beverage, healthcare, home and personal care and tobacco end markets. Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Amcor employs more than 27,000 people worldwide and has operations across 43 countries. For more information, visit www.amcor.com.
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