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Cisco Systems’ treasury department won an Alexander Hamilton Overall Excellence award last year for devising ways to use its intranet to do more with less. Its site allows authorized employees to initiate their own wire transfers, access stock-option accounts and educate themselves on buy-versus-lease decisions, among other things. With the Internet networking company now laying off 8,500 employees, including a few in finance, the project is being put to the test. We asked Cisco Treasurer David Holland to discuss his current and future challenges.

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