TreasuryXpress eliminates implementation fees for mid-market treasuries

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New York, NY – TreasuryXpress today announced the next phase of its frictionless technology strategy by eliminating implementation fees for its treasury management solution, C2Treasury Lite™.

Aimed at removing traditional barriers associated with automating treasury operations for mid-sized companies, C2Treasury Lite provides enterprise-level cash visibility and forecasting, liquidity management, and self-service custom reporting capabilities. The announcement to remove implementation fees for C2Treasury Lite clients comes because of enhanced product development methodologies and continued optimization of the company’s innovative Cloud technology stack.

“The TreasuryXpress product portfolio was strategically built on next generation cloud technology (Microsoft Azure). Using the benefits of the cloud and frictionless technology ourselves, we are able to effectively and securely roll out new product innovations and capabilities more quickly than any other TMS provider,” says Anis Rahal, CEO of TreasuryXpress. “With this innovation, we have been able to economically scale the delivery experience for our clients in every part of the world. As a result, we have now reached a threshold where we can pass along those economies to our C2Treasury Lite clients.”

Committed to delivering advanced treasury and financial software that is easy to afford and implement, TreasuryXpress has experienced triple digit year over year growth. With an average of four new clients per week, clients are largely selecting TreasuryXpress for depth of capability, breadth of offerings, and overall ease of purchase and implementation.

“Often the selection and buying process for treasurers is long and drawn out because they are forced to justify extraordinarily expensive implementation project fees and lengthy project timelines,” continues Rahal. “We’ve eliminated those barriers. We are designed to make it easy for clients to automate and scale their treasury operations.”

In addition to their suite Treasury Management Systems, C2Treasury and C2Treasury Lite, TreasuryXpress also offers al a carte products and APIs for treasury and finance professionals through the TreasuryXpress Online Store. Most recently, TreasuryXpress launched their payments API, Payment+. Payment+ converts ERP payment files into bank-ready ISO20022 Customer Initiation message payments. Payment+ can be used directly by corporate treasurers or by ERP, Payment, and TMS providers to enhance their client’s bank formatting operations.

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