European Web-Based Cash Management Solutions

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10 February 2003


Milan, Italy Boston, MA, USA February 10, 2003

In a new report, Celent Communications ranks the top Web-based cash management software vendors in the European market.

In a new, 45-page report, , Celent Communications analyzes the solutions of 10 leading vendors and ranks them based on the following criteria: depth of functionality, reputation, financial stability, technology supported, flexibility and customization, and deployment methods supported. Using information from questionnaires, interviews, and client references, Celent determined the top vendors as shown in Table 1.

Top Cash Management Vendors

"Current economic conditions, the introduction of the euro, and increasing competition have spurred a re-evaluation of corporate banking services in the European market," says Celent analyst Isabella Fonseca, lead author of the report. "Although PC-based corporate cash management solutions have long dominated the European banking landscape, European banks will slowly migrate to Internet-based technology. They will adopt vendor solutions to lower long-term maintenance costs and stay competitive. It is an opportunity for solution providers targeting the European market."

The study also includes a discussion of the major developments and trends in European cash management.

The vendors covered in this report include: Cambista Technologies, Eontec, Financial Objects, i-flex Solutions, Kyriba, CashTech Solutions, Fundtech, Infogroup, Misys, and S1.

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Ranking Pure Web-Based Solutions Hybrid Solutions


i-flex Solutions S1


Financial Objects Misys

Vendors to Watch

Kyriba Fundtech
Source: Celent Communications

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