Plugged-In Treasury

Gamble, Richard
April 2011
Treasury & Risk;Apr2011, p14
The article discusses the generational differences in utilizing social media and mobile technology in corporate treasuries. Senior managers have long been compelled to use the latest technology in treasury management. However, they are reportedly quick to cite security concerns. The article notes that while mobile technology will not be the norm in the treasury profession anytime soon, there has been progress in using smartphones in mobile banking.


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