Kyriba enables financial services organizations to achieve global cash visibility, reduce payments fraud and improve audit and controls in finance and treasury.
Treasury Management Resources
Before deploying Kyriba, the treasury teams at Zahid Tractor and its subsidiaries were using a variety of paper-based records and spreadsheets to control the vast portfolio of treasury transactions within the group. This became untenable and it was decided back in 2013 to review the process with the aim of implementing a treasury management system (TMS).
Kyriba brings innovative technology and experience in helping well-known private equity and alternative asset managers automate global cash and payment management workflows.
AFP’s latest Treasury in Practice (TiP) Guide provides a comprehensive overview into the selection process for a Treasury Management System (TMS) to make sure your TMS selection process goes as smoothly as possible.
Retail treasury teams are faced with a very distinct set of requirements and demands compared to other organizations. Kyriba’s experience working with dozens of major retail brands worldwide ensures that it can meet the unique challenges of today’s retail-focused financial professionals.
Working Capital optimization is a strategic objective for CFOs as they fight to generate bottom line value and generate free cash flow. Kyriba offers CFOs two compelling benefits: the ability to improve working capital, as well as the opportunity to increase net income.
Why are 10 CFOs ‘sounding off’ about treasury? Because they feel passionate about the direct and immediate value that that treasury can deliver when properly activated via cloud-based technology.
Whether it’s improving global cash visibility, managing FX risk or protecting against fraud, more and more companies are seeing the benefits of treasury management systems. However, in their rush to deploy a TMS, they often overlook proper implementation practices, vastly underestimating the challenges and complexity. This results in their TMS project falling short of what they expected due to running out of time, going over budget, or simply getting overwhelmed.