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As the amount of data captured and stored grows exponentially, reports that were once simple logs and lists have become larger and denser, but not necessarily more transparent. The good news is reporting technology is expanding rapidly and crossing new frontiers, so that data can be aggregated and summarized, filtered for the most useful information, arranged in graphic displays and packaged into the reports most useful as tactical business intelligence tools. Here are eight key ways that some treasury and finance departments are leveraging intelligent software today:

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