GTreasury, a treasury management solutions company, has launched Treasury Management SuiteApp, built using NetSuite’s SuiteCloud computing platform. The Treasury Management SuiteApp provides NetSuite customers with the ability to integrate their treasury operations into their NetSuite account and establish automated bank connectivity for balance and transaction reporting, as well as payment processing. The GTreasury Treasury Management SuiteApp can also deliver cash management features including forecasting, financial instrument tracking and integration directly into NetSuite.
“GTreasury’s cloud treasury solution allows treasury departments to focus on strategic planning instead of day-to-day operations,” said Tim Gunderson, director of strategic alliances at NetSuite. “The new GTreasury Treasury Management SuiteApp provides NetSuite customers with seamless treasury management integration and increased global visibility and analytics.”
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