After reviewing its existing TMS and questions of bank connectivity, Brightstar decided to implement SWIFT, which fulfilled its criteria and could be integrated with internal systems.
Alliance Lite2 addressed the bank communication challenges Saudi Chevron Phillips we were facing in a cost-effective way, without the need to reconfigure cash, treasury and payments processes.
FLSmidth was faced with the ongoing difficulty of securing resources from the company’s internal IT company, which was preventing treasury from taking advantage of essential new functionality. We find out how they solved this problem.
The new Dentsu Aegis Network treasury solution is entirely hosted ‘in the cloud’, which enabled a quick and easy setup.
L’Occitane expected to have one reliable communication system for all banks which adheres to the highest security standards. Based on this, they chose SWIFT.
With Chinese companies increasingly seeking new international opportunities for both sourcing and sales, cash management and banking relationships are becoming increasingly complex. Huawei implemented an innovative solution.
SWIFT has delivered improved efficiency, automation and control over payments at the International Air Transport Association (IATA), with straight-through-processing optimised through the use of SWIFTRef for referential integrity.
Philips has been a pioneer in cash, treasury and payments technology for many years, and the theme of innovation has continued with the recent implementation of a central SAP infrastructure and SWIFT for multi-bank connectivity.
In 2008, Danfoss decided to improve the infrastructure of its treasury by implementing a payments factory and in-house bank, and to replace its TMS and improve cash flow forecasting.
National Grid was looking to improve security and process efficiency for its high value payments whilst providing a scalable foundation for future treasury projects such as introducing a new treasury management system (TMS). We find out how they achieved …
USI has become one of the first companies to adopt both an efficient process for managing bank account information internally, and to extend this solution to incorporate eBAM - as this article describes.
China Merchants Bank (CMB) were one of the first banks in China to offer SWIFT connectivity to their corporate customers through SCORE (Standardised Corporate Environment). We talk to them about their experiences with SWIFT.
Adoption of SWIFT by Japanese corporates is still relatively low but awareness and interest in SWIFT is starting to increase. It takes time for interest to be converted into adoption, but we expect to see a stronger take-up of SWIFT in the future for …