SunGard Treasury Systems and Trintech announced an expanded agreement that enables SunGard Treasury Systems to offer Trintech’s Bank Fee Analysis system to its customers. Trintech’s Bank Fee Analysis product is designed to help businesses reduce bank fees and standardize fee reporting through automation of the analysis of monthly electronic bank statements. With Bank Fee Analysis, SunGard customers will be able to interactively display and compare fee analysis statements in a consistent format across every bank – helping them to analyze fees, consolidate accounts and optimize their use of banking services. “We are pleased to offer these expanded services to SunGard Treasury Systems’ customers,” said John Harte, general manager, Trintech’s Funds Management Systems division. “The Bank Fee Analysis system has delivered significant benefits and a fast ROI, averaging six months or less, to our customers, and we are pleased that SunGard can now extend these benefits to its customer base.”
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