You at Work, a UK provider of employee benefits, has selected Gresham Computing, a provider of transaction control solutions to international financial institutions, as a technology partner to provide cash and transaction control technology to support the continued roll-out of You at Work’s benefits programmes.
Gresham has worked closely with You at Work to deploy the Barclays Integrated Funds Solution (IFS) as a platform to manage the high volume of transactions passing through its business and the resulting client cash balances. Gresham has integrated IFS into You at Work’s back office, providing straight-through processing (STP) and assisting in the control of operations.
“Gresham is a long-standing and trusted partner whom we have been working with since 2007 when they first deployed our Barclays IFS platform and integrated this into our core systems,” said Richard Kingston, chief executive officer (CEO) of You at Work. “Today and into the future, compelling and engaging benefits programmes rely heavily on innovative technology solutions. Gresham has an excellent track record of delivery, making them an ideal choice of technology partner and I look forward to working with them as we grow our business further.”
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