Software-as-a Service (SaaS) provider Reval said that Nissan Motor Co Australia, a subsidiary of the multinational automotive manufacturer, has chosen the group to increase visibility, efficiency and control of its regional cash, liquidity and risk positions.
“By integrating treasury and risk management on one platform, Reval´s SaaS treasury risk management [TRM] solution will provide Nissan with a holistic view of our overall financial status and exposures, enabling us to better support our significant business growth,” said Peter Jones, managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) at Nissan Australia.
“Nissan will not only benefit from straight-through processing (STP) of our core treasury workflows, but it will also gain visibility of enterprise-wide cash positions and be able to better manage its debt programmes.”
“Reval is delighted to add an iconic brand such as Nissan to our growing client community and support the company´s growth plans through our robust and proven SaaS TRM solution,” added Tony Singleton, managing director Asia Pacific at Reval.
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