More NewsBELLIN and PwC Offer “Treasury Analytics” for Individual Reporting

BELLIN and PwC Offer "Treasury Analytics" for Individual Reporting

Analysis and reporting functions have been gaining in importance for treasury management. Against
this background, BELLIN and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) presented a new, standalone reporting
portal at the 25th Finance Symposium in Mannheim, Germany: Treasury Analytics. The product of this
collaboration offers all aspects of reporting in real time. It integrates and processes both default data
from tm5 and additional information from external sources (e.g. SAP).

“We are not new to reporting. For years, our treasury management system has included
parameterizable evaluation features allowing users to make accurate statements at a mouse click,”
says Martin Bellin, founder and Managing Director of BELLIN GmbH in Ettenheim. “However, we are
seeing a trend towards individual reporting, especially for the top management of multinational
corporations.”

“We have already successfully supported many companies in optimizing their planning, analysis and
reporting capabilities,” explains Thomas Schräder, Partner at PwC Corporate Treasury Solutions in
Düsseldorf, Germany. “We are convinced that these treasury functions will both gain in importance
and individuality. Combining our expertise with BELLIN creates clear added value for our customers,”
Schräder states. “In this case: one plus one equals three,” adds Bellin.

The result of this cooperation is Treasury Analytics, a fully integrated business intelligence solution.
Owing to its connection to tm5, the web-based application features rapid implementation and
guarantees long-term interoperability. From a central dashboard, users have access to three main
categories: Liquidity & Cash Management, Asset & Liability Management, and Risk Management. This
dashboard provides the most important figures in a set of standard reports, either as charts or graphs.
Each category contains its own specialized dashboard. In Liquidity & Cash Management, for example,
users can display short-term liquidity forecasts, transaction overviews and liquidity planning data.
Scope and contents of each category and every report can be individually configured.

Treasury Analytics based on tm5 was first presented at the 25th Finance Symposium in Mannheim.
After a joint workshop on System Day, numerous live demonstrations were held at the BELLIN stand.
In the next few months, the cooperation partners will present this new reporting portal to selected
customers.

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