Kyriba Announces Free Access to Specific Support and Training Services

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San Diego/ London – Kyriba today announced it is offering specific support and training services at no additional charge during the COVID-19 pandemic to help its clients continue their strategic objectives and more effectively operate in the ‘new normal’ environment. Kyriba’s enhanced support and training will help clients prepare for the potential of covering absences of key staff and to utilise Kyriba to its fullest.

“This is a time to prepare all treasury and finance professionals with the information they need to optimise performance, agility and technological efficiency,” said Jean-Luc Robert, Chairman and CEO at Kyriba. “Kyriba is entirely focused on enabling its clients to be secure, productive and effective while working from home through this crisis” adds Simon Shorthose, General Manager at Kyriba Northern Europe.

Kyriba is offering enhanced global support and training to existing clients:

  • Enhanced Global Support: Kyriba redistributed and repurposed its global teams to offer a free 24×7 support desks in this time of crisis to better support clients’ flexible working hours and remote locations.
  • Targeted Training: Additionally, the team is building out its on-demand library of training content, spot consulting services and will host topic-specific webinars and clinics.

To learn more about Kyriba’s expanded service and training offers, click here.

Kyriba has also developed a COVID-19 Resource Center to supply needed insights and best practices as well as opportunities for treasury professionals to gain certified treasury professional (CTP) credits.

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