Their Competitive Upgrade Program offers corporate Treasurers a low-cost, low-risk alternative from their current treasury workstation to Selkirk’s functionally-rich treasury management system, Treasury Manager(tm). Selkirk’s V.P. of Marketing and Business Development Francois Laneuville explains the rationale for the program, ‘Corporations have invested considerable amounts of time and capital into installing treasury workstations, only to end up frustrated and disappointed with poor results.’ Laneuville further explains, ‘Selkirk is offering the Competitive Upgrade Program as a cost-effective alternative for treasuries who are concerned about the viability of their current treasury workstation, especially in light of the recent industry mergers. Program participants are able to upgrade to Selkirk’s Treasury Manager system at a substantial discount.’
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