SunGard finds corporate treasury weaknesses

The software and IT company identifies three universal business challenges that need to be met in 2010.

Global business software and IT services provider SunGard has identified three key drivers that are reshaping finance as it moves forward with plans to expand its coverage in China, Southeast Asia and Japan.

In talking to our customers, we've heard three universal business challenges that need to be met in 2010 delivering transparency, increasing efficiency and leveraging networks, said Pamela Marnell, head of product management for SunGard financial systems, in a statement.

Transparency, efficiency and networks were identified as the three areas corporate treasuries need to improve in order to ensure smooth growth. This is particularly true in Asia where SMEs are realising the importance of adopting financial...

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