The value of corporate access to SWIFT has been documented in three newly released case studies conducted by Treasury Strategies. Each case study explores the daily challenges encountered by three global corporations as they managed payment, FX, and cash-management activities – often through manual processes. In addition, they quantify the benefits gained by each organisation after implementing SWIFTNet. The company says that the case studies of DuPont, Iberia and Petronas provide a fact-based quantification of the return on investment achieved through the enterprise-wide, global initiatives. Additionally they reveal significant strategic benefits such as improved risk management, faster access to information, and stronger banking relationships. SWIFTNet has transformed the way these firms will conduct business by automating previously manual processes, streamlining bank communication, and providing near real-time access to liquidity information.
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