Faced with economic globalisation that has led companies to seek methods for centralising tasks such as payment, treasury and risk management, the effects of the net economy (an increasing number of partners, suppliers and clients on a global scale) and the internationalisation of financial flows, XRT-CERG has chosen to position itself as the premier architect and integrator of solutions aimed at managing and securing financial flows. XRT-CERG aims to achieve this through the new BRM ( Banking Relationship Management) business model. Banks, clients, suppliers and partners are united via an entirely secure financial flow system. This international, interactive solution can be perfectly integrated into the back office activities of a company (Enterprise Resource Planning).
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