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First Treasury employs consultants that are recognised internationally as being some of the most knowledgeable in the advanced modules of SAP Financials.

The high quality of knowledge our consultants have in the SAP Financials area is also acknowledged by First Treasury being intensively used by SAP for the education of SAP partners and clients in the EMEA region. First Treasury also has a partnership agreement with SAP.

First Treasury has expertise covering the following modules of SAP Financials:

  • SAP Financials
  • SAP Treasury Transaction Manager
  • SAP Treasury Market Risk Analyzer
  • SAP Treasury Credit Risk Analyzer
  • SAP Treasury Portfolio Analyzer
  • SAP Financial Supply Chain Management In-House Cash
  • SAP Liquidity Planner
  • SAP Cash Management
  • SAP Bank Communication Management
  • SAP Market Data Structures
  • SAP Accounts Payable and Receivable

Furthermore, First Treasury has knowledge in the SAP industry solutions for banking and insurance. First Treasury has consultants with a deep technical insight in specific areas of SAP that are very useful in SAP projects; SAP External Data transfer, SAP ALE, SAP Authorizations, SAP BW, and ABAP

First Treasury has specifically built up expertise on reporting on the SAP Treasury platform. This knowledge is formalised around; SAP Treasury Database structures, SAP Treasury Query Tool, and SAP Treasury Drill down Tool.



First Treasury assists large Australian University on SAP Treasury

First Treasury conducted a high level review of the business processes and how the Treasury was using SAP TRM. The result ... Read More

(2 June 2015)

ALMM analysis for Danish banking IT-center

First Treasury has been a key contributor in an initial analysis on Additional Liquidity Monitoring Metrics (ALMM) in one Denmark's banking ... Read More

(30 April 2015)

First Treasury sponsors Swedish Energy Days

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Join us again this year in Stockholm to take the pulse on the Swedish Energy market and the most pressing issues ... Read More

(24 April 2015)