Motorola, Inc. is a global leader in providing integrated communications and embedded electronic solutions. integra-T was installed into Motorola’s Corporate Treasury operations in Chicago, its Asia-Pacific Treasury operations in Singapore, its European Treasury operations in London and its Finance BV operations in Amsterdam. The system tracks and reports Motorola’s daily cash and liquidity management, investments and inter-company loan management and provides interfaces to the company’s internal netting and foreign exchange systems. integra-T also integrates bank balance reporting and transaction reporting with Motorola’s banks. All of this information previously maintained on a variety of non-integrated systems is now housed in one centralized database. This allows for significant efficiencies gained in harmonization of treasury processes on a global basis.
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