Compaq, Comdisco, Domtar and Nexfor select Integrity treasury system to manage their cash and risk management requirements. Donna Smith, North American director for Integrity, says the new contracts reflect the company’s growing market share in North America and the increasing demand on treasury departments to select one integrated system that can handle global cash and risk management tasks. ‘More and more treasurers must now manage the consolidation of data in multiple treasury locations. The strength of integra-T is that it can accommodate global cash and risk management,’ said Smith. ‘Because it was originally designed for global treasuries, the system exceeds the functionality of others in its ability to capture, track, and account for all financial instruments.’
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