Kyriba, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) cash and treasury management systems (TMS) company, has passed SWIFT’s stringent validation programme and been awarded the SWIFTReady for Corporates – Cash Management certification label for 2011. This certification for Kyriba underlines the company’s commitment to delivering the highest standards in financial message processing.
“This SWIFTReady certification is great news to corporates using Kyriba’s SWIFT connectivity solution to manage their cash positions,” said Didier Martineau, managing director – product, technology and IT, Kyriba. “They can rest assured that the financial messages associated with their TMS are fully SWIFT compliant, and they will continue to benefit from the higher straight-through-processing and low error rates promised by an automated, online solution.”
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