Overall Satisfaction with GTreasury
At Micro Focus we use most of the available modules of GTreasury. We use the Cash Management module, FTs, FI module, as well as, Forecasting and Bank/Account Management Module. We are also using GTreasury as our In-House Bank and our Intercompany settlement/netting system. Netting, however, is actually done by our ERP and middleware.
- Balance Reporting (i.e. Bank Statements) posting and processing
- Funds Transfer Import and Automated feedback process
- Payment execution and bank connectivity
- IHB should be created as a separate module and not be spread out across multiple functions
- CAMT script that is currently used should be replaced by an actual plugin
- Reporting module needs to be more user friendly and allow users to extract larger data sets
- An ability to view a bank statement on-screen w/o extracting it into PDF would go a long way. Different from Balance Explorer.
- Using GTreasury, our cash management team has 99% of cash visibility daily
- We produce over 10,000 automated accounting entries monthly greatly reducing manual accounting postings.
- We went from numerous FTP connections to 100% SWIFT connectivity with all of our banking partners.
- We are operating at 97%+ success rate for our payments globally using GTreasury.
Simple and far more user-friendly than most other TMS applications I have used in the past. Very strong core TMS foundation and functionality. Addressing some of the known issues and shortfalls would go a long way in taking a much bigger market share from some of the other main players in the TMS space. GTreasury was also very competitive on price and cost-effective.
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Best suited for small to medium size clients looking for a simple to use platform primarily for Cash Management and Funds Transfer aggregation. GTreasury becomes a little more difficult to manage if you are dealing with large volumes and complex operations (i.e. running an IHB).