Thomson launches Web-based treasury system

Source: Thomson Financial

Thomson Financial, an operating unit of The Thomson Corporation (TSX: TOC, NYSE: TOC) and leading provider of information and technology solutions to the worldwide financial community, today announced the launch of Thomson ONE for Treasury Professionals, a comprehensive end-to-end treasury solution incorporating Treasura™ - the first purely Web-based solution in the marketplace today.

Corporate treasury professionals can use Thomson ONE for market analysis, liquidity management, money market activity, trade execution, risk management, credit and capital structure analysis and capital market activity.

Following the acquisition of Selkirk Financial in August, 2004, Thomson Financial integrated Selkirk's 100% Web-based liquidity management solution Treasura with its Thomson ONE desktop to create a complete suite of solutions for Treasury professionals. Thomson ONE and Treasura were designed to provide a high level of reliability and security that is necessary in today’s Sarbanes-Oxley driven control environment.

"Thomson Financial's suite of treasury solutions has helped us maximize our efficiencies with everything from liquidity management to managing interest rates and FX within Thomson ONE," said Karl Witschonke, assistant treasurer, JM Huber.

"Thomson ONE enables clients to manage all of their treasury activity from one platform rather than having to gather and integrate data from disparate systems," said Justin Brimfield, vice president of product development, Thomson Financial. "Clients save time and money while feeling confident that the information is coming from a trusted source."

Thomson ONE provides the following functionality:
  • Liquidity, portfolio and risk management functionality to address your daily workflow
  • Real-time analytics and market sentiments for critical decision support
  • Trade execution functionality for select asset classes
  • Desktop and remote access with the ability to configure your workspace
  • Download capabilities for independent analysis and integration
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