We continually survey the market of technology vendors and financial service providers, allowing us to expertly narrow the list of qualified candidates for each client’s specific needs.
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At Strategic Treasurer, we have the most relevant and current information by meeting with bankers and technology providers 50-75 times per year independent from client projects.
Current Marketing Partnership Opportunities
Strategic Treasurer conducts research and assessment of the treasury market through numerous surveys of corporate practitioners and bankers, along with in depth analysis of corporations currently undergoing updates and enhancements to their technology stack. Through those efforts, we have discovered both a significant need from treasury professionals and a significant opportunity for leading solution providers.
Market Solution Need
Our annually produced Analyst Report Series provides a full picture of the leading technology providers in the treasury market. These reports fill gaps in the technology analyst space by independently assessing relevant technology solutions and providing an enriched, in-depth look at both product and company-level qualifications. Corporate practitioners benefit by seeing a full range of quality vendors as they look for the right project fit. Learn more here.
Strategic Treasurer hosts multiple webinar presentations annually, each addressing areas of compliance, finance, or treasury. Webinars provide attendees with accurate, up-to-date information on key topics as well as findings from surveys and analyst reports. They are typically co-hosted by technology providers who are able to provide additional insight from their unique viewpoints. All provide the opportunity to earn free CTP and FP&A credits for attendees. They are an opportunity to interact with a highly qualified, professional, and engaged audience on a topic of your choice with 300+ average participation. See past examples here.
Treasury Update Podcast
The Treasury Update Podcast is a treasury professional’s source for insights and news in the car, at the gym, or wherever they decide to tune in! Host Craig Jeffery interviews industry leaders on hot topics, the latest data, fraud and security, and much more. Many episodes have CTP credits available after a short quiz is taken and passed. Our podcast is listened to in over 130 countries and are released at least once a week. Listen to past episodes here.
We provide primary market research through several annual, treasury-related surveys. The results are calibrated meticulously and released in our survey results reports and webinars. Upon request, specific data sets are available for market analysis efforts. Practitioners are able to see how their firm aligns in comparison to others, which helps them determine if their organization is on track, ahead of the curve, or lagging in a particular area. Take a look at past and present surveys here.
The Treasury Update, our digital industry newsletter, is a resource for treasury professionals. Building off our previous bi-annual hard copy, this exists to help raise awareness of key treasury items, issues, and events, as well as to highlight leading practices and advanced strategies that enable treasury professionals and their organizations to be more effective, efficient, and resilient in the face of an ever changing, fraud-filled, and often turbulent financial environment. See old copies and sign-up here.
On this episode of the Treasury Update, Host Craig Jeffery joins Kalyani Bhatia, Head of Business Innovation for the Americas & UK Region at SWIFT, to examine payment transformations across the globe. They engage in a wide-ranging discussion covering the latest trends around payment challenges, optimizing newer technologies, enabling instant and frictionless payments, and more. Listen in to this lively discussion to learn how global banks are preparing to leverage new platforms.
Payments are very much in focus these days both for the payer and the payee. One company’s payable is another company’s receivable, but many times, organizations don’t think through the overall experience of a transaction outside of their organization. This can lead to an unsatisfying experience for the supplier, and this lack of satisfaction can boomerang right back on the sender, whether in the form of exception management or numerous connections to resolve an issue or update a setup. Payment efficiency and customer experience are two sides of the same coin. What decreases CX and ruins efficiency? Defects and manual activity. What is the biggest driver of defects and manual activity? A process that is designed with excessive touchpoints. This session will explore the pain points experienced by so many companies and examine strategies that companies deploy to reduce touchpoints, improve customer experience and increase efficiency in the world of payments.
On this episode of the Treasury Update Podcast, Host Craig Jeffery sits down with Chris Clausen, Executive Director of Product Management at Deluxe Corporation, to discuss practices and plans for modernizing and automating accounts payable processes. They examine the influence of recent disruptions, the calibration of various pain points that drive change, and other motivators. Listen in to the discussion to find out more.
Why is KYC so important for corporates? Host Craig Jeffery sits down with Muriel Dewingaerden, Product Manager of KYC Compliance Services at SWIFT, to discuss KYC for corporates. They provide valuable insights on the evolution of KYC, the challenges corporates are facing today, streamlining the compliance process, KYC solutions and more. Listen in to learn how to protect your company from doing business with organizations or individuals involved in illegal activity.
What is robotic process automation? On this episode of the Coffee Break Session, Host Alexa Cook talks with Craig Jeffery to discuss the key points and benefits of robotic process automation (RPA). Listen in to learn more.
On this episode of the Becoming a Treasurer series, Craig Jeffery is interviewed on a chapter in his book, The Strategic Treasurer: A Partnership for Corporate Growth. The chapter, entitled “Being a Partner, Not a Vendor,” lays the intellectual framework and reasons why treasurers must act as a business partner and use their unique strengths to support their organization’s overall success. Listen in to the conversation to learn more.