Kyriba, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of cash and treasury management solutions, has announced that of all the companies who joined SWIFT in 2010, more than 10% worldwide, and 26% in France, connected through the Kyriba hub.
“Kyriba’s SWIFT solution was widely adopted by French companies last year,” said Thierry Miskaoui, enterprise manager at SWIFT. “As a highly valuable and integrated solution, it allows companies to reduce costs and optimise implementation time. Companies will also benefit from a single point of contact with dedicated expertise. The solution makes the most of the SWIFT connection for companies to communicate with their banks.”
“More than a quarter of French companies that migrated to the SWIFT network in 2010 chose Kyriba,” said Jean-Luc Robert, Kyriba’s chief executive officer (CEO). “This was driven by Kyriba’s significant investment in SWIFT expertise, as well as tight collaboration with the teams from SWIFT and BRED Banque Populaire. Our customers can focus on the strategic and operational aspects of their business without the distraction of managing technology and infrastructure.”
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