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We are on tour again! Our roadshow 2015 was a great success that’s why we are so impatient for the follow-up this March. This year we have a special add-on for our audience: We will not be on our own but accompanied by our clients who will present their experience reports from working with TIP in practice. We are very happy that we could convince one to two companies to support us in every city we will stop by.
The presentations and discussions will be held in german and are open for everyone who works in a treasury department. If you like to attend please check the german event page and pick the event near to you. Registration via email to email@example.com, please do not forget to inform us which event you would like to attend.
Our roadshow dates:
08.03. Frankfurt / The Squaire am Flughafen
09.03. München / Hilton Munich Park
10.03. Düsseldorf / Hotel Nikko
11.03. Stuttgart / Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin
24.03. Hamburg / SIDE Hotel
Our “Clients on Board” Agenda:
15:30 – reception
16:00 – 1-2 client presentation à 30 minutes
17:00 – TIP live-demonstration and discussion with audience
18:00 – get together
The ACT Cash Management Conference has been designed to discuss effective ways of managing capital, reducing risk and addressing operational and regulatory issues. Digital payment methods and software tools with built in control procedures are challenging banks to re-evaluate their products and services – this progress and the effects coming with it are in the focus of this conference. We look forward to attending this event in London and to getting in touch with the British treasury scene. More information and last minute registrations via ACT.
Agenda of 2016:
• maximising returns on surplus cash
• investing in your supply chain
• the art of managing bank relationships
• disruptors – blockchain technology
• developments in the payments landscape
Diehl Stiftung & Co. KG has to date mainly managed the treasury processes of its over 40 independent legal entities with Reval-ITS. In order to be able to focus even more on group-wide cash flow forecasting and foreign exchange risks faced by the group in future, TIP is now being implemented as an integrative element. Treasury Information Platform excels through a blend of transparency, structured data management, flexible reporting and practical analytical features. The data already stored in Reval-ITS will be automatically migrated to TIP via an interface and then flexibly and precisely analysed. The key element involved here is the accurate calculation of future FX exposures based on sound, group-wide and currency-differentiated cash flow forecasting. Besides the abovementioned modules, data relating to derivatives and guarantees will in future also be available in TIP for analytical purposes. The project kicked off in December and the first phase will go live in April. We would like to thank Diehl for placing their trust in us and look forward to continuing our collaboration.
We are proud to announce that our webinar with TIS and DACHSER was a major success. The great interest is largely due to Dieter Bellinger’s experience report and that is why our special thanks again go to the Head of Corporate Treasury from DACHSER. All in all it is not surprising that webinars with clients’ reports are especially well attended as real-life experiences are more reliable than any product information we could provide. Therefore we decided to organise more webinars in cooperation with our clients in the near future. If you missed this webinar and like to know more about the implementation of TIS and TIP at DACHSER, please read our Case Study. Last but not least we like to emphasise how glad we are to have another world market leader in the field of system logistics in our portfolio. With 25,000 employees DACHSER operates in over 437 locations worldwide and generates an annual turnover of 5.3 billion euros.
Jürgen Sprenger has recently been promoted to join our management ranks. Due to his outstanding performance in the areas of system development and customer care, he will in future be supporting TIPCO as a partner. His new role means that an important position has now become vacant. Daniel Richter will therefore not only be the new head of application development but is, with immediate effect, now also a manager. We are delighted by these developments and congratulate both of them.
TIPCO has had a new corporate design since 1 October 2015. The main feature of this new CD is a more clearly defined image. The aim was to more intensively highlight our position at the crossroads between treasury expertise and software knowhow. In our communication strategy we can now prove that we can concentrate on the simplest and most efficient solution every time. The outcome? Not surprisingly: flexible and meaningful reports at the touch of a button.
We are delighted to welcome Johannes Pohl as a new member of our consulting team. Despite joining us directly from university, this business informatics specialist already has several years of professional experience on his CV. The combination of his interests in business and IT make him a perfect addition to our team focussing on the interface between treasury and technology. He is currently going through the ropes at the Schwabe, Ley & Greiner boot camp where he will be introduced to the deeper secrets of the world of treasury by the leading experts in the German-speaking region.