Pfizer Inc. selects the KPMG Information Solutions and the Quantum Treasury Management Solution for use in their global treasury operations located in New York, Dublin’s IFSC district and Brussels. Their vision is to implement one treasury system, sharing a common database with real-time updates across their 3 treasury centers in New York, Dublin and Brussels. The company needed a partner that could bring together a leading edge product with the professional services and global treasury expertise necessary to support such a dynamic treasury environment. Commenting on this most recent success, Peter Papas, Managing Director of KPMG IS said, ‘We feel that this project is further validation of our business model which is to provide an end to end solution through the combination of technology and business expertise. Our global presence also means that we can adequately resource such projects in each respective location. We are proud to be associated with such a quality organization as Pfizer.’
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