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Finance direction and technology: keys for optimal treasury management

Not getting into the red, avoiding deviations from the budget, gaining an overall vision of the company’s liquidity, charges, payments, funds, and so on are the everyday work of a company’s finance director, who must cope with the treasury and operate with its economic resources avoiding its decapitalisation as much as possible. The finance director of the company has become the person who is skilful with numbers, with far-reaching financial skills and who, at the same time, has acquired many other skills driven by a strong process of adopting technology for financial control.

Nowadays, the person responsible for the economy of a company is expected to develop new financial-technological skills (financed through novelty technical tools) to carry out their job. The correct management of a company’s treasury is a fundamental aspect when working in a context of economic and financial difficulties for many companies. This environment has led to the rapid adoption of an even “more efficient and professionalised” management of the resources. It has also required other aspects that were previously almost unthinkable for the finance director, such as looking for sources of financing in other areas beyond banks, such as in investment forums.

Luckily, financial management now has multiple tools to control the company’s treasury. This arrives at a time of great financial complexity for companies, which makes it much more necessary than ever. In this way, those responsible for the financial administration can work with a technology that allows them:

  • To have a comprehensive coverage of the management of treasury flows: charges, payments, financial decisions, management of currency risks, payment orders, settlement, bank communications, and so on
  • To improve their decision-making, removing possible financial uncertainties, as well as to work under a treasury forecast approach
  • To rationalise the costs of the company’s financing suitably with the evolution of the market, with the repayments, changes in financial products contracted, etc.
  • To work in keeping with standards and regulations: SEPA, LSF, SOX, etc.
  • To reinforce the security of the payments made and to decrease liquidity risks
  • To reduce the costs derived from manual tasks, as well as to improve the efficiency of the financial management
  • To work in a compatible way with local and international legislation
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