We are living in unprecedented times. Times that put treasury at the forefront when it comes to business continuity. We understand that treasurers around the world are now working around the clock to ensure their companies have enough cash to weather whatever storm may come next. Cash visibility & forecasting is at the core of our offering, and we are now making it available for free for all our customers until the end of year.
Scroll down to see how you can start using it today. You can also watch this 30 minute live demo, how it works.
What does Liquidity Management Basic enable you to do? With the basic package, you will be able to enable your subsidiaries across the globe to manually input (or upload from Excel) their current cash balances and future cash flows (for example AR, AP, taxes etc) in OpusCapita. Once you have this data centralized, the basic package enables you to setup Reports and Dashboards which will automatically consolidate and display all entered balances and cash flows.
In short, this includes:
We hope that in these tough times, Liquidity Basic will make your work with managing your group cash a little bit easier.
*All SaaS customers that are in Azure. The set-up is done completely remotely. Just contact us and we switch it on.
Three steps to get started
1. Get in touch with us so we can enable Liquidity Basic for you.
2. Add cash flows with pre-built templates or import them from Excel.
3. Build reports with our straight-forward drag'n' drop functionality.
Connect in a secure and flexible way with over 10.800 banks and financial institutions around the world.
Create more accurate forecasts by automating the preparation , reconciliation and forecasting of your company's cash position.
Reduce the risk of fraud by seamlessly integrating all your financial systems into one secure gateway.
Centralize and automate the matching of incoming payments with open receivables.
"We have been happy to work on a global project of this scale with such an agile partner."
"We have already saved time and resources that we can now use better in other parts of our operations."
"It is important for Makita to be able to make electronic payments in all Nordic countries and partly also in the Baltic countries so that the suppliers receive reference data."