The need to centralise and integrate treasury operations is at the heart of Deutsche Post World Net (DPWN) decision to implement XRT’s Business Exchange Platform (XBE). XBE will form a core element of a centralized global treasury that will connect DPWN, partners and clients, and through its introduction DPWN aims to improve global cash management and visibility. The system integrates with DPWN’s existing ERP and financial systems, and will allow the company to restructure domestic and cross border payments. DPWN will roll out XBE in more than 50 countries across the globe in the next two years and ultimately expects over 1500 users to access the system. In addition to XBE, DPWN has also selected XRT c-Globe$ for centralising financial information from all its subsidiaries and to provide accurate data for business forecasting, planning and decision-making via a single platform and browser access.
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