Improves Usability, Flexibility, Speed for Treasury and Risk Management
Orlando – October 24, 2016 – Corporate treasury professionals using the Reval Cloud Platform to automate their treasury and risk management activities are leveraging enhanced workflows, reporting capabilities and analytics, among other updates in Reval’s newly released version 16.1. Attendees of the Association for Financial Professionals’ annual conference in Orlando can see demonstrations of the platform’s capabilities at booth number 815 #AFPOrlando, while others around the globe can log on to www.reval.com to request a demonstration.
“Reval’s commitment to client success is for the long term, and that can only mean good things for the entire community of users on our SaaS platform, who benefit from all updates, automatically,” says Reval Chief Technology Officer Phil Pettinato. “Each new release reflects the continuous innovation of our client partnerships, globally, resulting in a more seamless automated experience. Together, we are driving the industry forward.”
Enhancements in 16.1 improve the usability, flexibility and speed with which corporate treasuries can manage their cash, payments, risk and accounting, and include functionality developed for various market needs. The ability to import payments in Bacs Standard 18 format, for example, saves time and IT resources for companies processing high volume, low value payments in the U.K. For companies globally using Reval’s cash and liquidity capabilities, enhanced activity views help treasury professionals bring the big picture into focus for making informed funding decisions. Companies can visualize aggregated cash positions over the long term by month and quarter or in the short term with daily views, all in one screen, using simple drop downs.
Corporate treasuries will benefit from a variety of risk analytics to quantify the impact of market events to cash flows. With EUR, GBP and JPY currencies having exhibited negative interest rates, version 16.1 adds new trade types to the platform’s modeling capabilities for negative interest rates, which Reval had been early to market to deliver. And in anticipation of rising interest rates in the U.S., Reval has further enhanced its debt accounting with effective yield enhancements and integration of OCI releases from hedges of anticipated debt issuances with effective yield accretion.
Reval continues to bring value to clients with enhancements to its popular web-based, embedded custom report designer. Version 16.1 increases the flexibility and scalability of the custom reports and query builder, incorporating over a dozen enhancements based on the feedback and engagement of the Reval client community.
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