Treasury Services: Leading Customers Toward the Web

Marshall, Jeffrey
January 2003
Financial Executive;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p42
Academic Journal
The article discusses Web-based treasury services. Although many vendors offer technology for implementing treasury intranets, a survey by Treasury Strategies, Inc. found that just one-third of those queried actually had one. Large banks seem to be among the more eager adherents. Wachovia Corp. has introduced Web-based products that can be accessed via the Internet or by using a personal digital assistant (PDA). Several European firms including XRT, SimCorp, and Trema are among the leaders in developing Web-based treasury technology. INSET: 'Positive Pay' Gets Positive Notices.


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