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The race is on for treasury vendors to keep up with best-practices treasuries, which are sprinting ahead to develop the outlines of the systems they want which may or may not be what the banks and solutions providers have to offer. Brent Callinicos, Google Inc.’s relatively new treasurer but a veteran of the award-winning Microsoft Corp. treasury, has been spending “all day, every day” in August with treasury technology vendors, seeing demos of their products. He is in the late stages of choosing the components of a state-of-the-art treasury operation for Google and says he has four must-have criteria that will define treasury systems now and into the near future–the ability to integrate with other company systems outside of treasury; the ability to see things real-time; straight through processing and a steady feed of analytics that allows a treasurer to drill down into a transaction or a trade. “Treasury systems are not standalone anymore and they must be scalable if they are to grow with the business,” Callinicos observes. “They’re an umbrella that sits over everything. They have to provide the modeling capabilities to allow a treasurer to understand how everything is priced and how it moves with everything else.”

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