Wall Street Systems is introducing big mobile to big treasury workstations. Until now treasury staffs were limited in what they could accomplish with mobile devices. The new application runs on Wall Street Suite, its most powerful traditionally installed software for large banks and multinational corporations. All that functionality can now be accessed through a mobile device as well as a laptop or desktop, says Mark Lewis, director of corporate treasury at Wall Street Systems (WSS).

After years of growing mobile popularity, WSS is making its move now because the technology has improved to the point where it can support complex corporate applications, Lewis says. "In the past 12 to 18 months, the mobile devices have become rich enough to operate something as robust as Wall Street Suite. A mobile browser now is fully equivalent to a laptop browser. We've tested the mobile networks and WiFi, and they're up to the task."

By press time, Wall Street had tested the application internally, but not with treasury clients. Large corporate workstation users began asking for mobile access just six months ago, Lewis says. "This has been a recent development."

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