IT2 Treasury Solutions, a provider of treasury management software to corporate treasuries and financial institutions, has launched IT2 Connect, an online resource centre that brings together IT2 clients to help drive business change.
Through its online discussion forum, IT2 Connect gives IT2’s client-base the opportunity to communicate with other IT2 users, share experiences and ask for tips and advice. It will also enable users to post questions to IT2 and allow free, direct communication between IT2 and its clients.
IT2 Connect is accessible via the IT2 website, allowing clients to log-in to a secure web portal and access the latest information about IT2’s product roadmap, community newsletters, information about the company’s annual user conference, as well as a range of whitepapers, case studies, and press releases. In addition, users can access information on IT2’s training course academy as well as logging and tracking technical support incidents and enhancements.
Kevin Grant, chief executive officer (CEO) of IT2 Treasury Solutions, said: “We are committed to putting our clients’ needs first, and the whole company is focused on delivering service and quality that are second to none. A vital part of this is how IT2 as a company engages with its client base and we see IT2 Connect as the perfect tool for this interaction. IT2 Connect will enable us to act on the intelligence we gather and drive real and positive change in our business to the benefit of all our customers.”
Grant added: “In consulting our clients, electronic bank account administration and SWIFT, for example, have been identified as two pressing issues they will need to respond to over the medium term. Our engagement with clients has allowed us to anticipate this need and we are already evolving our product suite to help our customers respond to these challenges.”
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