ABB Capital has selected TradeTech Consulting, a provider of services to the treasury, asset management and capital markets spaces, to support its Wallstreet Suite installation. The support contract follows a successful upgrade project of ABB’s treasury system, the Wallstreet Suite (formerly Trema’s Finance KIT).
“We needed a support partner who not only understands our IT infrastructure, but also offers expertise in aspects of the treasury function ranging from front to back office. TradeTech has recently assisted us in the complex task of upgrading to version 7 of the Wallstreet Suite and we now feel comfortable that they have the right mix of technical and business skills to meet our current needs. Selecting TradeTech gives us access to a pool of senior treasury experts backed up by a sophisticated business support organisation,” said John Krum, group vice president, ABB Capital.
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