More than nine out of 10 respondents (95%) to a recent Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) poll preferred their treasury workstation solution to be delivered by application service provider (ASP) or software-as-a-service (SaaS) models, rather than as a software installation. The GTreasury-sponsored poll found that both large and small companies prefer services over software when it comes to treasury workstation solutions.
“One might think that only smaller companies would select an outside service for such a critical area,” said Orazio Pater, GTreasury’s chief operating officer (COO). “But our results show a whole range of companies – big and small – have that preference.”
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