Posts Tagged ‘cloud technology’

Treasury Technology Insights for the Future

As the new year begins, finance professionals are taking stock of 2016 to better understand what they need to do in the year ahead. Given the regulatory developments around IFRS 9 or US section 385 over the past year and the continued market volatility caused by black swan events such as Brexit and uncertainty, the anticipation of change in…

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Baylor Scott & White Health Leverages Reval for Cloud-based Treasury

Largest Not-for-Profit Health Care System in Texas Aligns TMS with Growing Business New York – Nov 22, 2016 – Baylor Scott & White Health, one of the largest health care systems in the United States, is standardizing its post-merger treasury operations on Reval’s scalable cloud platform for treasury and risk management. The company’s corporate treasury…

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Reval Recommends: Top 10 Articles in March 2016

Reval’s Solutions Consulting team helps treasurers from around the world leverage technology for operational and strategic challenges. They keep a strong pulse on the market and are Reval’s think tank. Their focus is on best practices for financial risk, cash and liquidity management strategies and tactics. As such, here are their must read articles from…

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Are You in the Dark with Global Cash Positions?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In the past few years, the number of global mergers and acquisitions have reached all-time highs. Treasurers that are hit hard by their company’s growth often lose sight of their global cash. Treasury professionals may now have to keep an overview of hundreds of bank accounts with different bank partners,…

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3 Ways Lack of System Integration Costs Treasury

Treasury professionals around the world are struggling with disparate systems. While stuck deep in their day-to-day operations, they often don´t take the time to think about ways to improve software connectivity. However, disconnected processes and systems cost treasury a significant amount of time and money. Here´s why: Manual work is error-prone and time-consuming The Global…

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