Overall Satisfaction with GTreasury
The treasury department is the primary user. GTreasury is used for daily cash management and payments. Additionally we use the debt, bank fees, accounting, and forecasting modules. In addition to treasury we have several reporting users in various accounting functions who pull reports and transactions information from GTreasury.
- Automated cash positioning and flexible way of viewing cash positions.
- Managing large amount of bank data.
- Debt/investment/risk management, monitoring and reporting.
- Innovation and development in general.
- Cash flow forecasting.
- Bank administration. The module currently provides very basic bank admin functions, thus there is room for improvement. For example, bank communication letters are generated on an account level and there is no possibility to do it on a bank level. If company signatories change a letter has to be generated and sent for each individual account separately. Secondly, the workflow is a bit clumsy.
- User admin. User admin does everything it is supposed to do but is not very user friendly and it is quite technical. It is an area in which you work on an irregular basis so it is hard to remember what to do and where to navigate.
- Daily cash management process time.
- Data visibility.
- Debt/investment monitoring and reporting.
Day-to-day support is very quick and responsive. However, if you need to go the second level it might take longer and you lose the visibility.
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Very well suited for complex corporate structures which have multi-layer bank account structures. Debt/investment/risk management module is very powerful. GTreasury could be overkill for a simple corporate structure which has only a handful of bank accounts and does not require flexible data processing and reporting.