Kyriba, a cloud-based treasury management solutions company, has launched the Kyriba Mobile application for iPad and iPhone, providing easy access to the Kyriba software-as-a-services (SaaS) platform. Kyriba Mobile extends core treasury management functionality to mobile devices, empowering executives to make informed, time-sensitive financial decisions while away from the office.
Kyriba Mobile contains a wide range of cash and treasury visibility and management features. It provides chief financial officers (CFOs) and treasurers with on-demand dashboard views and automated reporting of their cash position, along with mobile validation and approval of payments. As with Kyriba’s 100% SaaS-enabled service, all data is stored in the cloud, improving security and disaster recovery, and ensuring up-to-the-minute accuracy of mission critical company information.
“The role of the finance executive is increasingly requiring always-on access to corporate treasury data,” said Jean-Luc Robert, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Kyriba. “Feedback from our clients was that a mobile application would improve the speed and accuracy of their decision-making by enabling them to view cash positions and dashboards in real time, 24/7, regardless of their location. With Kyriba Mobile, we are putting the power of our industry-leading cash and treasury management solution directly in the hands of our clients, making their treasury processes significantly more efficient.”
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