New York, July 18, 2013 – Treasury
consulting firm Strategic Treasurer teams up with Reval to provide
practical guidance on leading treasury transformation initiatives in the
webinar, “Executing on the Transformation Vision – Leveraging
Technology,” on Tuesday, July 23 at 11:00 am, EDT (8:00 am PDT/4:00 pm
BST). The complimentary webinar is part two of the three-part webinar series, Future-Proof Your Treasury, hosted by Reval, a leading global provider of comprehensive and integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM).
change in treasury is a response to market forces or process
inefficiencies, there are key steps every treasurer must take on the
road to transforming their treasury into a future-proof organization,”
says Reval Executive Vice President of Corporate Development and
Strategy Justin Brimfield, who will be moderating the discussion.
Joining Jeffrey and Brimfield in the discussion is Tracey Ferguson
Knight, Reval Senior Solutions Consultant and industry veteran and
to a recent Reval poll, nearly 46 percent of financial professionals
cited process inefficiencies as a reason for change in their treasury
organization. In a recent Reval webinar, Chris
McConnachie, Acting Vice President, US Treasury at National Grid – USA,
cited “alignment of processes and systems globally” as key reasons for
NG’s initiative to implement Reval’s SaaS TRM across cash, liquidity and risk management
activities. “For us, the third driver was to plan for the future to
make sure we have software that caters to our growing needs as we go
The upcoming webinar, “Executing on the Transformation Vision – Leveraging Technology,” will address:
- What it takes to initiate transformation
- Mapping out your future state
- Technologies that enable transformation
- What works, what doesn’t and why
For further details of the “Future-Proof Your Treasury” webinar series and to register, Click here.
For more information, visit www.reval.com or email email@example.com.
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