28 October 2005 â Trema has received strong independent validation of its market leading position and commitment to excellence in the treasury management sector by winning three sought after accolades in the Treasury Management International (TMI) 2005 awards. It has been voted number one for Best Cash Management System, Best ASP and Best Client Support Service.
Each year TMI singles out those suppliers that best understand the challenges their customers face in the global treasury arena. The publication is written by treasurers, for treasurers, and provides a monthly forum for debating the issues that currently affect this challenging function.
Trema was nominated for its Richmond Suite product, by leaders in the treasury management space, which included members of EACT and other corporate treasurers in 52 countries. This is the fifth year running that The Richmond Suite has been recognized at the TMI awards. Over 1,000 postal and online votes were received from readers this year. Trema has been recognized for its commitment to deliver innovative system solutions to the treasury arena, in particular within the Eurozone. These 2005 awards clearly demonstrate that Trema has adapted to the constantly changing treasury world and understands the ongoing demands of the treasurer.
"These accolades confirm why we acquired Richmond Software earlier this year, and are further evidence of our ability to deliver world-class solutions and continually provide high quality support and exceptional service for treasurers in line with their business objectives," said MichÃ¨le Fitzpatrick, CEO at Trema.
"It is gratifying for both our customers and employees that we receive such positive feedback and recognition from treasury management experts at this time. We offer two distinct solutions tailored to meet the broad market needs and operational complexities of todayâs treasurers: The Trema Suite Version 7 and The Richmond Suite, and aim to provide them with everything they need to manage all their daily processes with ease, regardless of size, scope or location," concluded Charles Palmer, Chief Designer and Architect at Trema.