Selkirk Financial Technologies has announced the early release of Treasury Anywhere, a new Web-based offering for small to medium-sized enterprises. Service release of the monthly subscription service is scheduled for Q2 2002. Chief operating officer, Lyndon J. Harvey, said: ‘With Treasury Anywhere, organizations with limited resources and capital finally have access to a robust treasury solution that will help them optimize their financial performance, while increasing efficiency and mitigating risk.’
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