TreasuryXpress, the pioneering TMS Software-as-a-Service provider, has been confirmed as a headline sponsor of the 2015 FinTech Innovation Awards.
Developed as a world-class TMS platform to enable treasurers and CFOs to manage cash positions, payments and financial risks at the click of a button, TreasuryXpress’s mission is to empower all companies with an affordable solution.
Tom Leitch, VP of Business Development at TreasuryXpress, said: “We are supporting this event to show our continued efforts, desire and passion in developing an innovative and disruptive technology that gives companies a competitive edge in today’s market.”
Katy Menczer, managing editor of PaymentEye, added: “It’s wonderful to have an innovative company like TreasuryXpress joining us in our effort to celebrate the most exciting thinkers and initiatives in this space. The evening is sure to live up to its reputation as the Oscars of FinTech.”
The FinTech Innovation Awards honour the highest achievements from the global financial and payments technology industries over the past year, celebrating teams and individuals who are blazing a trail within the sector.
The Awards will take place at The Brewery, London, on 18 March. A Champagne reception, gala dinner and awards ceremony will be followed by dancing until late. Table bookings are now open – learn more or reserve your place here.
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