ecofinance, a provider of treasury management software solutions in the German-speaking area, and Möller & Schlett, a project service provider, have partnered to manage implementation projects for the ITS Integrated Treasury System. Möller & Schlett will provide ecofinance with exclusive consultation services on the transfer and migration from selected competitor systems.
The ITS system from ecofinance enables all the financial procedures within large international companies to be processed more efficiently. ITS includes over 20 modules covering cash management, financial planning, payments processing, treasury management, risk management and reporting. All the modules can be flexibly and successively combined. Customised and flexible interfaces enable the system to be adapted to the company’s individual requirements.
Dr. Karlheinz Schlögl, managing director of ecofinance, said: “We are constantly receiving enquiries associated with transferring from existing systems. In order to be able to offer these customers our ITS Integrated Treasury System, as well as hassle-free migration from legacy systems in the future, we have entered into an exclusive partnership with the team of experts at Möller & Schlett. Our mutual aim is to offer customers a comprehensive service for professional and seamless system migration.”
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