KPMG announced today that United Technologies has licenced the Quantum Treasury Management Solution for use in their global corporate treasury operations United Technologies, a $25 billion corporation, provides a broad range of high technology products and support services to customers in the aerospace, building and automotive industries worldwide. Peter Papas Managing Director of KPMG IS commented, ‘Our company continues to maintain strong momentum in attracting new users. We are not seeking to have the largest number of customers among treasury system vendors. KPMG IS’s vision is to provide best of breed solutions to increasingly sophisticated environments. As such, typical projects require in depth treasury knowledge combined with a strong software solution. UTC’s requirements and vision are consistent with this.’
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