Efficiency and Effectiveness: The Ease of Using a Robust TMS

Monday, April 3rd
Lone Star C
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Intermediate – FP&A Renewal Credit

Andrew Blair, Account Manager, GTreasury
Akshat Patel, Senior Treasury Analyst, Toyota Commercial Finance
Alan Smith, Treasury Manager, Toyota Commercial Finance

Session Description

Treasury teams around the globe are looking for ways to automate their processes to allow for more time to be spent on strategic tasks. While some organizations explore Treasury Management Systems (TMS) to fulfill a specific need, such as cash management, other organizations look to purchase a more robust solution to fulfill all their treasury needs and then some. A more comprehensive TMS would involve functionality such as: cash management, accounting, banking, payments, debt and investments, forecasting, etc.

In this session, we will discuss what a Treasury Management System can best offer to treasury teams to assist them with streamlining their processes and managing their liquidity. Session attendees will learn more about how their TMS can collaborate with departments outside of treasury to not only send payments, but integrate with a back office system, and improve controls all through a centralized TMS platform. Real world examples will be given to highlight what a robust treasury system may look like and how to match your organizations needs with the solutions provided by the TMS vendor.