In a changing global floriculture market, Royal FloraHolland created a new digital platform where buyers and growers can connect internationally. As part of its strategy to offer better international payment solutions, the cooperative of flower growers decided to look for an international cash management bank.
MODEC, the world’s largest independent operator of offshore floating production systems for the oil and gas industry, was managing its foreign exchange (FX) hedging process manually. In 2020, the company decided to automate this process, successfully reducing the time spent on it from three days to within one day.
Similar to other companies using an Excel spreadsheet for their daily cash position and short-term cash flow forecast, British American Tobacco (BAT) had a small team focusing on short term cash flow forecasting for over 200 business units. Since most of the processes (AP, AR, treasury deals, bank statements) were already in SAP ECC, cash management relevant data was underutilised. Therefore, the tobacco company decided to engage into a short-term cash flow forecasting automation process project. Cash Flow Analyser together with several standard and bespoke Fiori apps were selected as the preferred option for daily cash position and short-term forecast.
Sulzer was looking for a cloud platform to collect its market data. The Swiss company decided to use Zanders’ market data platform to bridge the source systems and target systems. The new data system now takes care of the storage, conversion and application of data needed for treasury, to determine the rates for its loans, forwards or swaps.
Royal FrieslandCampina wanted to improve the centralization of its payments and collections. Kyriba and Zanders were excited to support Royal FrieslandCampina’s journey to become a more mature corporate treasury.