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When you’re the deputy treasurer for a company as big and spread out as General Electric Co.–$164 billion in annual revenue and over 17,000 accounts at 200 banks in 110 countries–you simply have to push for a solution that can simplify, standardize and automate payments, cash flow and bank communication. And for years, that’s exactly what Dennis Sweeney did–with any bank or multinational that would listen. Finally, Sweeney and his counterparts at a few large European companies got the ear of the ultimate bankers-only club, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). With a secure and reliable global messaging system, banks had simplified their own inter-network communications years earlier, and now it is the corporates’ turn.

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