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Trintech financial solutions see strong growth across APAC

26 Aug 2019

Financial corporate performance management software provider Trintech is driving expansion across Asia Pacific, the Americas and Europe as more organisations seek to onboard financial risk management solutions.

Trintech says that it has served the rapid adoption of financial solutions to drive ‘risk intelligent RPA’ within a robust financial controls framework.

Trintech's portfolio of financial solutions, including Cadency Platform, Adra Suite, and targeted tools, Trintech Disclosure Management, ReconNET, T-Recs, and UPCS, help manage all aspects of the financial close process. 

This has helped the company grow its sales more than 60% year over year for the first half of its 2019 fiscal year.

"From record-breaking expansions with European and North American existing customers, including ABB and one of the leading hospital & healthcare providers, to continuing to sign new marquee enterprise customers, including two of the largest real estate firms in the world, we are incredibly proud of the accomplishments achieved in the first half of our fiscal year," says Trintech CEO Teresa Mackintosh. 

"In addition, we are gaining rapid momentum with the expansion of our Adra solution into North America and our recent partnerships in APAC."

The company has onboarded new customers across APAC, EMEA and Americas, including AA Plc, Kadant Inc., Potbelly Corporation, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, William Hill US, and Xinja Bank. 

In addition, sample new customers across the Americas, EMEA and APAC regions that have adopted Adra by Trintech include: Aker BioMarine Antarctic, Asian Trails, Hadeland Glassverk, Lindt & Sprungli, Plenty, Stendorren Fastigheter, and Wilhelmsen Chemicals.

"As we continue to extend our market leadership across the globe, we are finding that more companies are realizing the value of partnering with a leading software provider that has a portfolio of solutions that support the needs and requirements of any size organization without a one-size-fits-all mentality," continues Mackintosh. 

"Whether companies are looking to accelerate and simplify their existing financial processes or embark on a full financial transformation, the customer conversations have fundamentally evolved. Organizations are looking to build for the future.”

The company says that more than 300,000 users across more than 3,500 companies, including the majority of the Fortune 100, have partnered with Trintech to increase their efficiency and effectiveness, reduce costs, and improve governance and transparency across their finance and accounting processes. 

In the last 12 months, 10 of Trintech's customers are using its solutions to match over 6 billion transactions, demonstrating Trintech's leadership in matching capabilities for the office of finance.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Trintech has offices located across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, France, Ireland, the Netherlands and the Nordics, as well as strategic partners in South Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific. 

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