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Treasury & Risk Management

SunGard is focused on offering a whole solution from business consulting to system implementation, support, hosting services, managed bank connectivity and ongoing custom care.

The AvantGard Treasury suite offers a range of solutions aimed at meeting the diverse requirements of our global customer community; AvantGard Treasury Enterprise (Quantum) for complex treasury operations with sophisticated risk analysis requirements, AvantGard Treasury Corporate (Integrity) for more basic cash management and for the least complex, AvantGard Treasury XE (Integrity XE).

We partner with our customers to deliver tailored solutions with flexible deployment options including on premises, hosted or SaaS. We service our customers through a team of 250 technical and domain experts in more than 20 countries.

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ANZ Treasury Study Findings Support Shift to Private Cloud Hosting

By Paul Bramwell | Wednesday, August 20, 2014
senior vice president, treasury solutions,
SunGard's corporate liquidity business
We know that the way in which treasury departments deploy their treasury management software is changing. While five years ago, the large majority of companies installed their treasury management software in-house with the system managed by their IT department, there is a gradual shift towards the use of hosted, managed solutions and SaaS applications as senior executives become more comfortable with the security implications of cloud-based technology. We’ve just published the results of a market study we conducted with Australian and New Zealand corporates on treasury management software trends around cloud adoption and it strongly supports the trend we are seeing with customers such as Qantas Airways moving to private cloud hosting. (Click here to find out more about how Qantas has migrated its treasury operation to SunGard’s private cloud hosting for reduced operational risk and costs). The study was carried out in collaboration with the Finance and Treasury Association (FTA) in Aus

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