Kentucky based Lexmark International have selected Selkirk’s Treasury Manager to support their treasury activities in cash management, forecasting, investments and funding strategies ‘At Lexmark, we continually work to improve our systems and procedures,’ comments Katherine Winebrenner, cash manager at Lexmark International. ‘Replacing our existing treasury workstation with Selkirk’s Treasury Manager is just the latest in these ongoing improvements.’ Lexmark International, Inc. is a global developer, manufacturer and supplier of printer solutions and products, including laser, inkjet and dot matrix printers and associated consumable supplies for the office and home markets.
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