10th July 2019

TreasuryXpress Further Expands Operations in North America

New York, NY – TMS provider TreasuryXpress announced the opening of its third US office in Philadelphia today. With current US operations in New York and Dallas, this announcement marks TreasuryXress’ continued growth and commitment to the North American treasury market. Globally, TreasuryXpress also maintains offices in its headquarters in Paris, as well as London and Dubai.

“The opening of this office represents a very exciting time in the evolution of treasury,” said Anis Rahal, CEO and founder of TreasuryXpress. “As corporate treasurers are continually looking reduce inefficiencies in their legacy treasury operations, our highly flexible and feature-rich treasury management technology continues to be rapidly adopted by the market.”

The firm recently announced 84% growth for the first half of 2019 and expects to be on target for triple-digit growth by the end of the year. In response to this high demand for their digitally powered, on demand treasury management solution, the company has increased its workforce by over 60% globally. The new office in Philadelphia will be home to the company’s expanded customer services team in the US.

“There has been strong demand in the region for TreasuryXpress’ on demand TMS solutions,” continues Rahal. “As we grow, every member of the TreasuryXpress team is committed to maintaining the highest level of customer-centric services for our clients. With this mindset and mission, we will continue to positively influence the treasury market.”

According to the firm, their continued growth can be attributed to the unique on demand TMS model they have brought to market over the past few years. Powered by sustainable, digital Cloud technology, TreasuryXpress’ on-demand treasury management software model is characterised by a frequent and controlled Agile development methodology, immediate logon access for clients, shortened and affordable implementation projects, responsive performance, and API integrations and connectivity.

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