Treasurynet has released the latest version of CFF, its web based Cash Flow Forecasting tool. CFF is designed to be used alone or as an integrated part of the Treasurynet product set and, the company claims, will eliminate the problems and risks associated with spreadsheets. Geoffrey Corston, managing director, said: ‘CFF enables an organization to improve its cash flow forecasting practices. By including forecasts in cash balance projections, CFF enables the treasurer to more accurately identify future surpluses and shortfalls, which in turn can lead to better investment and borrowing decisions.’
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