It's a fact. Corporate treasuries are under enormous pressure to more effectively manage liquidity and credit, reduce borrowing costs, shorten the cash conversion cycle and manage financial risk — all while dealing with increasingly volatile financial markets, globalization and a frenzy of regulatory changes.

In this crucible, increased importance is placed on managing banking relationships; at the same time, the ability to quickly change providers has become vital. The first trend requires more "touches," better visibility and improved data. The second demands increased standardization and automation of routine processes. Getting the best terms and services seems to require effort in both areas at the same time.

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