Reval's Treasury and Risk Management Application, Now on Oracle Cloud
FREMONT, CA: Reval, a global provider of integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM) announced the availability of its treasury and risk management application in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Reval is a Gold level member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN). Its application allows companies employing Oracle Financial Cloud to globally manage their treasury and risk.
As a one-stop source for Oracle Customers, the Oracle Cloud Marketplace provides trusted business applications and unique business solutions offered by service providers including Oracle Cloud Applications. The Oracle cloud is an all-inclusive public cloud providing enterprise grade services such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Data as a Service (DaaS).
“As companies grow into new markets, merge with other companies, and respond to market and regulatory change, corporate treasuries are challenged to gain a holistic and accurate view of their cash positions and exposures,” points out Phil Pettinato, Chief Technology Officer at Reval.
“Reval brings a unique experience to Oracle Cloud customers who want risk analytics and hedge accounting capabilities, in addition to advanced cash, liquidity and payments functionality,” says James Gilbert, Reval Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives. “The straight-through processing of information in and out of Oracle Financials’ general ledger and across the global treasury organization can offer companies a single cloud platform,” adds Gilbert.
The intuitive user interface offered by Oracle Cloud Marketplace allows users to browse and find applications and services along with the user reviews and ratings to help them determine the best-suited solution for their business. In addition, the automated application installation features allows customers to deploy provider business applications from a centralized cloud interface.
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