During the spring of 2021, Zanders and SAP joined forces once more to provide a three-part webinar series. The occurrence tackled the question: ‘How does Treasury fit in the SAP Central Finance journey?’
In the beginning of March, Zanders organized a “jargon-free” Breakfast Session to explore what robotic process automation (RPA) is all about. We had a look under the hood of a complex, hard-working robot and shared experiences on how to make the journey of deploying a digital workforce as smooth as possible.
Are you thinking about replacing part of your workforce by automated robots? Think again, because Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is not about getting rid of what may be your company’s most valuable asset. The full potential of this innovative technology will only be captured by enabling your employees to work in harmony with automated technology.
Since our company was founded 25 years ago, Zanders’ team has been involved in many SAP Treasury implementations. SAP Treasury was first developed in the early Nineties and has since been regularly updated and refined, to provide extensive functionality that supports the treasury and risk management processes at multinationals and financial institutions.
Increase in corporate carve outs and spin offs. From a treasury perspective, the essence of a carve-out project is that the business that is being carved out needs a fully functional and standalone treasury operation upon ‘go-live’. This typically means setting up a dedicated team, processes, systems, cash and liquidity (banking) structure and standalone financing arrangements. But how do you implement a completely new treasury operation under tight timelines that sometimes can be less than 12 months?