Currenex, Inc. and Integrity Treasury Solutions Plc announced that Currenex has connected its FXtrades service with Integrity’s integra-T.com treasury workstation system to provide straight-through processing to their customers. A provider of treasury management solutions that offer integration of cash, deal and risk management, Integrity’s workstation system is used by more than 130 corporate, utility, government and bank users including Compaq, Microsoft, Virgin Atlantic Airways and UtiliCorp United. Currenex provides the first operational online currency exchange open to institutional buyers and sellers worldwide. Its Internet service, FXtrades, is a real-time foreign currency exchange. Currenex members include Ericsson, Royal Dutch/Shell Group and Compaq as well as 40 global, market-making banks. Currenex will also integrate its FXtrades platform with Cognotec and Reuters auto pricing systems.
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