Three new contracts for integra-T treasury management software system were announced recently, including the following corporations: Virgin Atlantic Airways, an international airline based in London, Blue Circle Industries, a major international building materials company based in London and Thomson Holidays, a London-based travel group – the UK’s largest travel group. Jan Szydlowski, U.K. director for Integrity, says the new contracts reflect the market’s growing demand for integrated treasury systems that can handle global cash and risk management tasks.
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