GTreasury, a provider of treasury management software and services, has released version 10.12 of its treasury workstation and announced the renewal of a long-term development and support agreement with General Electric (GE).
The new version includes upgrades to the following existing modules:
- Treasury worksheets.
- Enhanced bank relationship manager.
- Integrated document management.
- Debt and investments.
- Global identity verification (GIV, OFAC, etc).
- Updated systems bank tables.
- SWIFT connectivity.
Version 10.12 is available to the company’s treasury workstation direct clients and to clients of its distributors – Chesapeake System Solutions, Bank of America, and SymPro.
In addition to the product enhancements, GTreasury recently signed a multiyear contract with GE for ongoing development and customer support. GTreasury’s continued development agreement results in new products and enhancements for all clients.
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