View Statement data across multiple banks and regions
No more spreadsheet building – view all of your balances in one place, anytime, anywhere.
Make smarter investment decisions
Instant access to your global statement data
quickly exposes long and short balances
De-risk and streamline treasury operations
Remove hours of manual statement compilation and reconciliation
time from your treasury management process
Automated global cash visibility in one simple, but powerful platfrom
Managing multiple banking relationships across multiple currencies using multiple data sources can create risk and missed opportunity. Treasury teams typically spend hours of manual processing time compiling statement information and placing it into a format that can be used to inform business and investment decisions. But it needn’t be this way
Automating statement visibility through one powerful platfrom unlocks not just the time of the treasury operations team, but the potential for that team to inform smarter treasury decision making.
By viewing all of your statement information in one platfrom, by region, currency or bank you’ll be able to improve reconciliation processes and make better, more informed decisions about short term lending facilities
Switch treasury resource from data compilation to analysis
Typically the first few hours of the treasury teams day are spent compiling cash position data. Automating statement collection and visibility removes this entirely.
Cutomise the way you view your global cash balances
Tailor your cash management visualisation to your organisation by creating custom account groupings.
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How can BankSense help you with:
Real-time Cash & Liquidity Reporting
If you’re positioning funds late in the day when liquidity has dried up in some markets and returns are limited, then real-time cash and liquidity reporting could help you.
Executing Profitable Treasury Tactics
Treasury departments are now called upon to help add value beyond cash management. For the modern-day treasurer, this means moving from a cost-centre, to a profit-centre function.