Articles tagged with:
ERP

  • Janko Han portrait

    60 Second Interview: Janko Hahn, Head of Treasury Operations, Autoneum

    For Janko Hahn, Head of Treasury Operations at Autoneum the last few years have been about driving efficiency and standardisation across the company’s treasury operation. Here he outlines what he has been working on and what is on the agenda for 2017.

  • Kevin Grant, Hanse Orga

    Industry View: 
    Kevin Grant, Hanse Orga

    In a recent survey of corporates at Finanzsymposium in Mannheim, Germany, 85% said working capital management will rise in importance in the future. Extrapolate this figure to the wider global corporate community and, give or take some statistical license, it is not difficult to see that in order to meet future needs, now is the right time to invest in process improvements.

  • Red rose growing through soil in a dark and mysterious woods

    Your system is dead?

    When a core treasury system such as a TMS or ERP fails, either partially or catastrophically, you had better be prepared to take control. But how likely is this to happen? And even if it does, what can be done? Treasury Today looks at what happens and what to do if your TMS or ERP goes down.

  • Robotic arms welding as a team

    The rise of the machines

    Business leaders are now looking increasingly at robotic technologies in order to reach their automation goals. Here, two experts from Deloitte share their views on the role that robots might play in the treasury department in the future. Will human treasurers one day find themselves obsolete?

  • Two different robots arm wrestling

    ERP vs TMS: the best of enemies

    Over the years, some treasury departments have had the choice between implementing either a Treasury Management System (TMS) or the treasury module of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, while others have had to soldier on with spreadsheets. What are the arguments for and against each system?

  • Abstract technology industry background

    Virtual accounts: keeping it real

    They say that if an idea seems too good to be true then it probably is. But the concept of virtual accounts appears to be offering a number of major benefits to corporates that few would decline if they knew about them. What are they and how do they work?

  • Mark Greenhalgh, Computer Sciences Corporation

    Problem Solved: 
    Mark Greenhalgh, Computer Sciences Corporation

    The CSC treasury team wanted to take advantage of the organisational transformation and launch an ambitious project of its own. The project included upgrading their banking connectivity and implementing XML file formats across its Asia Pacific operations. In doing so, the team wanted to create a robust, homogeneous banking platform to ensure an efficient migration to India, as well as seeking other benefits including the reduction of back office and banking costs.

  • Pepijn Asselberghs, Brand Loyalty

    Corporate View: 
    Pepijn Asselberghs, Brand Loyalty

    Pepijn Asselberghs’ arrival at Brand Loyalty in 2010 heralded some rapid growth within the company, seeing it expand into new territories and inevitably taking on greater FX risk and cash management complexity.

  • Gas containers

    The difference between data and information

    Business intelligence systems today bear little resemblance to the monolithic IT-driven projects of old. When a company can derive useful financial data as and when needed without the aid of an IT department, it is proof that the technology has emerged into the sunlight at last.

  • Expensive TRM systems are worthless without the latest version

    Over a quarter of FTSE 150 corporates may be heavily exposed to financial volatility given the lack of effective treasury and risk management (TRM) systems in place, new research has found. According to the survey, released by Reval on Monday, 26% of FTSE 150 businesses have not implemented automated TRM systems, “leaving companies unable to adequately handle a multitude of risks.”