AvantGard Receivables | Treasury | Payments

Corporate Liquidity

Solutions for Liquidity Management

The intrinsic value of a corporation is based upon its ability to drive free cash flow in a predictable fashion. Corporations today are challenged by manual processes, disparate systems and lack of workflow automation.

SunGard's AvantGard helps address these requirements by offering solutions designed to drive stringent treatment of trade receivables, sophisticated treasury and cash management and coordinated execution of payment processing with SWIFT connectivity.

The solutions can be deployed on premises, in a hosted environment or as a SaaS solution; each with a suite of services aimed at helping our customers minimize their IT burden and total cost of ownership.

White Glove Service

SunGard’s AvantGard solutions are supported by a global services team of over 300 domain and technical experts that offer a full range of services from business consulting and implementation to ongoing training, support and hosting.  Our managed services include routine upgrades, managed bank connectivity and managed risk scoring.

More than 2,250 organizations and more than 50,000 professionals in 40 countries rely on AvantGard.  The AvantGard customer community meets regularly to share best practices, to discuss emerging trends and to work with SunGard on future direction.

GETPAID Software Credit & Collections

SunGard's AvantGard GETPAID & Predictive Metrics offers credit risk analysis, credit scoring, collections management, dispute resolution and cash application processing.

Treasury & Risk Management

SunGard's AvantGard Treasury encompasses a full range of requirements for risk analysis, cash management, forecasting, treasury operations, and managed bank connectivity.

Payment Centralization

SunGard's AvantGard Payments suite of payments solutions helps streamline the processing of payments including managed bank connectivity with an embedded SWIFT service bureau.


SunGard's AvantGard PayNetExchange solution offers a single payments execution platform including check processing, ACH, virtual card, wires and SWIFT payments.

Consumer Collections Scoring

Utilizing industry-specific models developed for early and late stage collections.


By Andrew Owens | 11/17/2014
senior vice president of enterprise payments,
SunGard's corporate liquidity business
I’ve written a few times on this blog about disparate payments processes within large corporations and then the benefits associated with centralising and standardising that process. One of the clear problems we see with this disparate, non-integrated approach is that the bank fees being paid in relation to payment services is much higher than it needs to be. High levels of invalid payments and continuing usage of expensive settlement channels / payment methods creates unnecessary cost. But given the challenge in correctly attributing bank fees, it can be difficult to get the insight needed on where all that cost is coming from. A 2013 survey conducted by Boston Consulting Group reported that transaction banking revenues represented 15% of corporate banking revenues, or $220 billion. Now, transaction banking is not limited to payments, you have trade finance and receivables finance in there as well. So payments don’t account for all of that $220 billion but a not insignificant percentag

Moving Your Credit and Collections Solution to an Enterprise Private Cloud Model

By C.J. Wimley | 11/10/2014
COO for receivables,
SunGard's corporate liquidity business
With all of the hacking and security attacks we keep seeing in the news, it is no wonder companies are looking to tighten up their security.  Moving your credit and collections solutions to an enterprise private cloud service is an option companies are selecting. Here is a link to an article by one of my colleagues discussing how the Enterprise Private Cloud can help transform finance solutions.  Read Article

Managed Services Enhance the Customer Experience

Companies are driven to purchase technology solutions to increase revenues, lower costs and minimize risks.  They choose solutions based on expected outcomes. Customers want and need a worry-free, reliable and ever-adapting system to support their businesses and market changes. However, IT departments are challenged with trying to find and keep skilled staff who not only understand the business but also can support the system. At a time when there is pressure to reduce costs, IT executives have to defend headcount, hardware, upgrade and maintenance expenses for all of their business systems. Knowledgeable IT professionals are expensive and hard to find. Increasingly, companies are choosing to outsource their IT system support to a managed service provider. Customers need to see value quickly, reduce upfront costs and minimize their overhead. They are in the business of running their business, not running software. To adapt, technology vendors must shift from a transactional support min