XRT-CERG has launched a new business model. It has been developed for multinationals to optimise their internal and external financial flows and to manage their relations with banks more effectively. The new model, Banking Relationship Management (BRM) aims to link a company’s customers, suppliers, banks and partners to one another via interactive and completely secure management of financial flows. By implementing a BRM-inspired system throughout the company, financial management obtains a world wide overview of the cash position, payments and financial risks of the firm. BRM is integrated with the company’s management systems, via the Internet if needed.
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