Expertus has launched Monetis Corporate Payment Platform for corporate treasurers for processing domestic and international payments. The platform offers continuous processing of both real-time and batch transaction electronic funds transfers (EFTs) on a single secure platform.
The Monetis Corporate Payment Platform is a fully customisable suite of applications to meet the evolving business and regulatory requirements. It integrates into any enterprise resource planning (ERP) system or back office application, such as SAP and PeopleSoft, along with a consolidated view of all bank accounts worldwide. It can be deployed in-house or in the cloud through Expertus Service Bureau.
“With globalisation, corporates are looking for ways to centralise and optimise their treasury operations. This multi-bank solution, based on ISO 20022, is the perfect solution for treasurers who want to easily move from cheques to electronic payments and enabling them to track, investigate and reconcile all types of payments,” said Jacques Leblanc, president and founder of Expertus.
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