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Financial Objects to demonstrate treasury management on Tablet PC

21 January 2003  |  2747 views  |  0 Financial Objects to demonstrate treasury management on Tablet PC

Financial Objects will be showcasing the potential of next-generation Tablet PC and XDA devices within the treasury management arena at the Finexpo City Technology Strategies show in London next week.

The UK-based financial technology vendor will be demonstrating the latest release of the activebank² treasury management package during its participation at Finexpo - a one-day conference and exhibition organised by Finextra Research for Wednesday 29 January 2003, at Cabot Hall, Canary Wharf, London (see www.finexpo.com for full programme).

Finexpo delegates visiting stand 6 will be treated to a demo of the full activebank² treasury functionality, including real time profitability, limit usage and live trades, on the new Tablet PC and XDA devices. The Tablet PC, launched by Microsoft last November, is designed to deliver a more intuitive take on the traditional notebook/laptop experience.

The XDA device will be used to show how traders can access real time information on profitability, limit usage and live trades, whether they are in the office or off site. Using XDA-enabled trading software, the dealer is able to price and capture deals on the device for transmission back to the core activebank² database.

Financial Objects will also be previewing new XML-based messaging functionality across the activebank2 product range, with the promise of increased straight-through-processing levels through automated authorisation, repair and release procedures.

New treasury functionality includes increased user security as well as supporting non-deliverable forward and securities position keeping, securities depository, cost of funding, nostro projections, gaps and ladders, deal verify and release, and fully integrated general ledger. In addition, Financial Objects has extended the system's instrument coverage to include assets swaps, FX option takeups, and retail FX orders.

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