Nordic Financial Systems (NFS), the specialist financial system service provider, has launched Treasury Support Center (TSC), a comprehensive IT and business support service for the corporate treasury departments of multinational corporations and their subsidiaries. The firms says TSC is the first service of its kind to enable corporate treasuries to maximise their IT environment and the potential of their treasury operations. According to NFS, TSC is a scalable, global service ‘ensuring high availability and optimisation of systems and boasts fast response times to all problems’. The service comprises four main components: support, surveillance, maintenance and development and is supported by a dedicated team of IT and business specialists with extensive experience within the corporate treasury industry. Volvo Treasury, which supports all Volvo companies with treasury and cash management related services, was one of the first companies to adopt TSC.
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