Integrity Treasury Solutions announced that it has grown its revenues by 50% for the third consecutive year. Spurring this growth are the 23 new organizations added to the company’s client base in 1999. The new engagements have increased Integrity’s worldwide client base to more than 130 organizations. Integrity’s North American office has added such names as Compaq, Comdisco, and Domtar. In the UK, new high-profile accounts include Marks and Spencer, Britax, First Choice, Old Mutual, UK Debt Management Office and Virgin Atlantic Airways. In Australia, the focus has been on the deregulating utility industry, as a result of the newly released Energy Trading module. Integrity won five new utility clients, most notably Citipower and TXU Australia. Other additions in the Asia-Pacific region include Hongkong Land, Nestlé Australasia and ACI Packaging.
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