Thomson Financial has announced enhancements to Thomson Treasura, its web-based treasury solution. This includes access to the SWIFT network. With this access, clients of Thomson Treasura can connect with more than 8,100 financial institutions in over 200 countries. This should provide users with a global view of their cash positions and forecasts, aiding working capital and investment decisions. The company has also launched Treasura Report Manager, built using the Crystal Reports engine. The reporting module is designed to allow users to create custom reports or to customise one of the standard report templates. Additional reporting features have also been added, such as charting and layout formatting, filtering, and data permission controls.
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