SunGard has enhanced AvantGard Integrity and AvantGard Quantum treasury solutions with new usability and functionality to help customers gain increased visibility to cash and risk across the enterprise. SunGard’s AvantGard Treasury suite offers a broad spectrum of solutions from basic cash management to sophisticated risk analysis.
The new release of AvantGard Integrity is available in two editions:
- The Xpress Edition (XE) addresses basic treasury requirements.
- The Corporate Edition (CE) includes more sophisticated cash and treasury management functionality.
The new Integrity releases offer treasurers interactive dashboards and a new, highly configurable reporting tool to help enable easy extraction of data into user defined views including cash positions, balances, foreign exchange (FX) positions, rates, intercompany positions, and more. The new interface also helps the treasurer on the go by delivering easy to use interfaces for popular mobile devices such as Apple iPhone, iPad and Android.
For more complex corporate treasuries, the new version of AvantGard Quantum offers sophisticated risk analysis capabilities and is available as the Enterprise Edition (EE). Corporate treasurers will be able to create personal workspaces that help them establish specific analytics and frequently used models for multi-national scenarios and global financial risk analysis. Configurable dashboards and upgraded reporting functionality are among the many new features included to enhance the user experience.
“In recent years, many corporations have focused on centralising and standardising their finance systems and operations, often as part of an ERP [enterprise resource planning] initiative,” said Nigel Rayner, research vice president at Gartner. “These organisations are now turning the same lens on their treasury operations, looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of those operations through the centralisation and standardisation of treasury systems and processes. Corporate treasury applications are the technology foundation that can support centralised treasury operations.”
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