Speranza Systems has launched its bank relationship management product, Speranza Command Center. This is a web-based platform designed to streamline how companies interact with their financial institutions. The product streamlines several functions related to bank relations, including exchanging banking mandates, opening a bank account, administrative changes related to the account (addresses, changing account name, etc.), adding/removing account services, adding/changing signers and closing accounts. Designed to be used in conjunction with treasury systems, enterprise resource planning and human resources systems, the solution is a suite of three complementary products that are sold along with a professional services package: AccountManagement Center, BankManagement Center and AuthorityManagement Center.
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