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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.
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Poor Deduction Management is Leaving Money on the Table

By C.J. Wimley | Monday, July 21, 2014
COO for receivables,
SunGard's corporate liquidity business
We recently conducted a comprehensive market study to benchmark global credit and collections practices. Our study showed that 55% of companies hold up the entire invoice once there is a dispute recorded, rather than splitting the remainder off and entering the disputed portion into a workflow process. So basically, more than half of the companies we surveyed (with revenues over $1 billion) are leaving money on the table by not segregating out the disputed portion of an invoice and collecting on the remainder. Deduction management remains a time consuming challenge for most credit departments. Resolving a dispute almost always involves at least one other group outside of collections, with the two most prevalent being sales and customer service. However, one of the biggest challenges is often communicating across these groups and with the customer. For this reason, most companies institute some level of workflow automation that contemplates a centralized point of access for all parties.

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FBAR Regulation Drives Process Improvement

By Paul Bramwell | Monday, June 30, 2014
senior vice president, treasury solutions,
SunGard's corporate liquidity business
With the electronic filing mandate of FBAR (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) fast approaching at the end of this month, many of our customers are wrapping up projects to ensure they are in a position to meet that deadline.   We have been pleased to assist those customers who have taken advantage of the FBAR reporting functionality within our eBAM solution in order to file electronically.  FBAR has underscored the need for corporate treasury departments, especially those with a significant number of international bank accounts, to automate the record keeping and reporting of this information within specialized bank account administration technology. An interesting by-product of FBAR has been the increasing number of bank account administration improvement projects within corporate treasury departments.  The legal demand for accurate, comprehensive bank account information has been a key driver for starting these projects.  Too many treasury departments find themselves with

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