Treasury is responsible for several crucial areas of finance including liquidity management. Managing liquidity requires clear visibility to all cash regardless of its location or currency (bank, country, currency, entity). This visibility can no longer be limited to a single point in time. Liquidity management has a time domain and is commonly addressed through the short-term cash forecast or liquidity forecast. From APIs to machine learning (ML), newer technologies are being deployed that help leading organizations achieve the global visibility their companies require. This session will look at the progress of firms in their quest to achieve global visibility for their position and forecast and will further examine how automation must be leveraged for these tasks for all but the simplest of organizations.
Managing bank fees through active monitoring of your analysis statements is typically on the to-do list but it rarely gets checked off as complete. Perhaps you are putting out a myriad of fires and the idea of getting out a magnifying glass to manually dig into your bank invoices is less than appealing. Is that something your team should even be doing? In this session we will help you understand the practical, operational, and strategic elements of effectively managing bank relationships and handling the mundane and vital process of managing expenses. This session will include a brief case study covering a multi-national corporation’s review of global bank fees and strategic ongoing management of their bank relationships. Corporate practitioner takeaways will include: 1) ways to architect your bank fee management process and 2) benefits of bank fee analysis and benchmarking.
In this webinar, discover how banking APIs establish rails that automate the collation of your transaction data and the sending of payments information back and forth between your bank and cash automation platform, empowering your organization with automated cash management functionality and payments experience in one, all-inclusive solution.
Optimizing working capital, driving up efficiency in the cash conversion cycle (CCC), and supporting vital suppliers are all important to many companies today – but they are also all difficult. However, several types of technology solutions can help further these goals, notably supply chain finance (SCF) solutions and those addressing various portions of the CCC. This webinar will cover the pain points these solutions address, the various SCF models, the navigation of supplier participation issues, the problem of competing KPIs within the CCC, and the use of working capital councils to improve these areas.