Data protection is a significant priority for any organization and preventing loss of financial assets is a challenging and expensive endeavor for today’s global CFOs and CIOs. Today’s cloud operations are more specialized and require a staff of experts to maintain the highest standards in security, which is one reason why mid-market to large enterprise corporates are choosing to outsource their cloud technology. World-class cloud treasury and finance solutions are dedicated to providing a safe, secure and reliable working environment with almost zero downtime.
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Daniel Shaffer, Senior Global Public Relations Manager
Daniel is a marketing and public relations strategist for global corporates in technology, healthcare, SaaS, and telecommunications with 15 years of experience driving successful communications campaigns. As a champion of brand journalism, Daniel enjoys crafting thought leadership, and continues to experiment with the perfect pitch for media, brand influencers and bloggers. Daniel has enjoyed the thrill of problem solving for startups, growth hacking, and working cross functionally in mature corporate environments.
Kyriba is one of three vendors featured in a just-published report on supply chain finance (SCF), with two differentiating strengths— customizable supplier onboarding, and integration of SCF with a full suite of treasury functionality— called out in particular.
Kyriba recently held a webinar attended by more than 500 treasury professionals that focused on the critical importance of business continuity planning (BCP) for treasury.
The current climate for corporate treasury is one of considerable uncertainty. While this uncertainty is manifesting itself in different ways, the outcome of last year’s Brexit referendum has particularly underscored the need for treasurers to be prepared for every eventuality. Unfortunately, this is not always the case: more than half of CFOs had not put in place a Brexit contingency plan before the vote, according to research published by Deloitte in April 2016.
Through analysis of cash positions, foreign exchange risk and counterparty risk, powerful tools now help CFOs effectively perform their duties.
A company's performance is often summed up by its capacity to produce, sell and innovate, and its ability to attract and motivate talent. The effectiveness of its finance policy is highlighted less frequently, as if it played only a minor role in the company's success. In fact, the situation is quite different. Financial departments are constantly seeking tools and solutions to help them optimize their cash management, allowing them to become more efficient in an increasingly competitive environment.