bobsguide has released the first of a number of financial technology guides that help buyers and purchasing influencers to select the very best systems for their businesses.
Treasury management systems (TMS) are vital for corporate treasurers that want to manage their cash and exposures as efficiently as possible. Within the bobsguide Treasury Management Systems Guide 2014/15 users can find a variety of feature articles that examine some of the important issues related to TMS today.
Firstly, it looks at the new innovations offered by TMS, and how new technology is expanding the boundaries of what is possible for treasurers to achieve today. The second feature looks at the steps that should be taken to ensure a new TMS can be implemented on time and just as importantly, on budget.
Also included is an overview of the TMS market. With SunGard and Wallstreet Systems dominating the market in terms of size. bobsguide looks at how other vendors are responding to this challenge and what effect recent changes in the market may have on corporate treasurers. Finally, a feature on connectivity examines where a TMS sits in the overall IT architecture of a treasury department.
In addition to editorial features, the bobsguide TMS Systems Guide includes a comprehensive functionality matrix of TMS offerings in the market, to help users compare the options that are available. For more details on each listed vendor, please click on the company name to visit each company profile on www.bobsguide.com
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