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Les services de trésorerie d’entreprise ont besoin d’optimisation et de mises à jour de leur système d’information


Selon une récente étude menée conjointement par SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) et CFO Research, les responsables de trésorerie d’entreprise ne disposent pas de système d’information approprié pour remplir pleinement leur rôle, et ce alors même que ces mêmes responsables sont de plus en plus considérés comme des conseillers stratégiques par les directions générales.



Cette étude révèle notamment qu’environ deux tiers des responsables de trésorerie s’attendent à des changements dans les deux années à venir, 16% estimant que ces modifications seront importantes. Les priorités concernent l’optimisation des processus en matière de trésorerie (44 %) et la mise à jour des systèmes d’information et un renouvellement des technologies associées (38 %). Les résultats de cette étude ont été révélés au cours de la Conférence Internationale SAP pour les Services Financiers, du 8 au 10 juillet à Londres.

SAP® Financial Services Network permet aux banques d’intégrer efficacement leurs processus avec leurs clients, facilitant la communication tout au long de la chaîne logistique financière. Outre la possibilité pour les banques d’améliorer leurs processus et de se concentrer sur le développement de nouvelles solutions, les solutions SAP® Financial Services Network permettent aux responsables de trésorerie de mieux incarner leur nouveau rôle de conseiller stratégique.

b[Les résultats complets de l’étude sont accessibles ci-dessous [PDF 15 pages]. ]b

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Treasuries Demand Optimization and Upgrading of Information Systems, According to Study by SAP and CFO Research

While companies envision their treasury groups as becoming strategic advisors, corporate treasurers lack the systems to fulfill this critical role, according to a recent joint global study by SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) and CFO Research announced today. The study revealed that nearly two-thirds of corporate finance executives expect to see some degree of change in treasury over the next two years, with 16 percent planning extensive changes. Top priorities include optimizing treasury processes (44 percent) and upgrading treasury information systems and technology (38 percent). The announcement was made at the International SAP Conference for Financial Services, being held on July 8-10 in London.

Twenty-two percent of corporate treasurers said their current information systems support treasury “very well,” and many are taking steps to streamline disparate, expensive connections with various banks by seeking banking partners that can efficiently support their growing role. Twenty-nine percent of respondents indicated they will seek new banking partners over the next two years, while half will consider a search. Treasurers are seeking a consultative relationship with their bank that provides visibility into cash flow, funding and risk considerations to guide their business decision-making. As such, 91 percent of respondents are considering increased scrutiny of current and prospective providers over the next two years, and 65 percent felt their company had some or significant room to improve its communication integration with banks.

To resolve issues surrounding collaboration and connectivity and to meet the rising needs of their companies, treasurers have begun looking to cloud-based solutions. Fifty-seven percent of respondents said they would be early adopters or fast followers of cloud services for banking relationships, yet looming regulatory and security concerns have made banks reticent to dive into cloud computing. Nonetheless, survey respondents who said they will need “significant improvement” in their banking relationships are twice as likely to be ready to adopt cloud services, indicating this area of focus will become a key differentiator for banks.

“The role of corporate treasury is continuously evolving and treasurers are actively seeking solutions to effectively integrate banking partners into their companies,” said Sanjay Chikarmane, senior vice president and general manager, SAP Financial Services Network. “Banks that embrace innovative models will be well-positioned to provide a simpler, more standardized experience.”

SAP® Financial Services Network enables banks to efficiently integrate processes with their corporate customers, leading to increased connectivity across financial supply chains. As banks improve their processes and focus on developing new solutions, it allows treasurers to focus on stepping into their new roles as strategic advisors.

b[The full results of the survey are available for download below [PDF 15 pages].]b

A propos de SAP
Leader des applications d’entreprise, SAP (NYSE : SAP) fournit aux entreprises de toutes tailles et de tous secteurs les moyens logiciels d’une meilleure gestion. Du back office à la direction, de l’entrepôt à la vente, quel que soit le terminal d’utilisation (ordinateur, terminal mobile), les applications SAP permettent aux collaborateurs et aux organisations de travailler plus efficacement ensemble et de s’appuyer sur des tableaux de bord personnalisés afin de conserver leur avanc27dans un contexte concurrentiel.
Les applications et services SAP offrent à plus de 197 000 clients (y compris les utilisateurs des solutions de SuccessFactors) la possibilité d’être rentables, de s’adapter continuellement et de croître durablement.
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Mercredi 17 Juillet 2013
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