October 10, 2012
Treasury decision making is getting better, aided by reports that key on real drivers and present actionable analyses. However, a survey of practitioners shows the most useful reports are not necessarily high-tech, vendor-delivered or graphically sophisticated, but homegrown and highly tailored.
Using a Kyriba treasury workstation and several applications built in-house, $1.5 billion Fifth & Pacific (formerly Liz Claiborne) in New York now tightly manages borrowings under its asset-backed line of credit, reports John Engeman, assistant treasurer and vice president. Separate cash, debt and borrowing base forecasts are combined into a “borrowing base availability forecast that predicts how much we can borrow without jeopardizing availability covenants,” he says. “This report is reviewed regularly with the CFO and used to plan the amounts and timing of cash flows.”Read More
Kyriba, (“the Company”) a global leader of cloud-based finance and IT solutions, announced the results of a major IDC survey commissioned by Kyriba. The globalRead more
Today’s CFOs are facing increasing levels of market uncertainty that can have a major impact on their ability to stabilize or grow their business. CompoundedRead more
The Ukraine crisis has led to a surge in FX volatility following the strict economic sanctions placed on Russia from countries around the world, increasingRead more
The Global Treasurer spoke with senior strategist at Kyriba, Wolfgang Koester, to discuss the key findings from the company’s latest Currency Impact Report and howRead more
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