Thomson Financial has announced the launch of Thomson/Selkirk Treasura, a new browser-based global treasury management solution. Designed to centralize geographically dispersed treasury operations, Treasura is targeted at firms that require “an affordable solution” to execute treasury management functions over the Internet. Thomson said Treasura has been built as a 100 per cent browser-based solution, accessed via a browser and an Internet connection, with no software downloads or installation requirements. Several organizations, including Hexcel, Finning International, Gypsum Management and Supply and Unocal, participated in the pilot program and are already reaping benefits. Thomson Financial recently acquired Selkirk Financial Technologies, a specialist treasury management solutions provider.
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