New Jersey based Warner-Lambert Co. has licensed the Quantum Treasury Management Solution for use in their global treasury operations located in Morris Plains, New Jersey and Brussels, Belgium. After an exhaustive market review, Warner-Lambert came to the conclusion that Quantum and KPMG IS is the one vendor with the technology and professional services to make their global treasury project successful. Commenting on this most recent success, Peter Papas Managing Director of KPMG IS said, ‘This type of business reinforces our ability to serve global operations. Our European affiliate, Global Information Solutions will service the Brussels operations as part of a global project team coordinated from the US. Warner Lambert’ s drive to integrate treasury processes at their New Jersey operations will include streamlining and automating their foreign exchange hedging activities.’
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