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2016 AFP Treasury Management System Survey
Treasury Management Systems (TMS) are usually automated systems or software packages that allow companies and their treasury departments to communicate and/or interface with banking partners, vendors and customers in real time. Though a majority of organizations are using TMS, there is a still a significant share of companies that have yet to adopt their use. The survey results and analysis reveal the current benefits of TMS, the challenges they present and opportunities for improvement.
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