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Cobase faces the Treasury Dragons on Bank Connectivity and Format Conversion

Cobase faces the Treasury Dragons on Bank Connectivity and Format Conversion

Optimally managing payments and cash requires seamless, robust and real-time connectivity between banks and financial systems and the execution of...

Cobase & TreasuryXL Webinar - The future of APIs

Cobase & TreasuryXL Webinar - The future of APIs

Can APIs shape the future of Treasury? We would like to invite you to the upcoming Live Discussion on The Future of APIs between seasoned treasury...

Treasury Dragons Cash Visibility Session

Cobase faces the Treasury Dragons on Cash Visibility

Where is my cash? Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, and more recently the geopolitical disruptions, treasury teams have been operating...

White papers

The 7 habits of highly effective treasurers

Why are some treasury teams more adept at managing the financial challenges faced by their enterprises than others? There are seven key habits that are continuously practised by successful treasurers.

The ultimate guide for achieving efficient and safe multibank cash visibility and payments

To optimise cash management processes you need to apply a number of key principles to increase the level of insight into how cash moves into and out of your organisation. 

New developments in bank connectivity

New developments in bank connectivity will enable major improvements for companies working with multiple banks. There are however conditions to successfully implementing new bank connectivity solutions.

Latest blogposts

Making the most of automation

Making the most of automation

We have previously identified automating critical workflows as one of the key components of intelligent treasury management. There are many aspects...

Making cash management processes work for business

Making cash management processes work for business

Cash management strategies have come under intense scrutiny of late as a result of various geopolitical and economic factors. Industry surveys point...

Embracing the future

Embracing the future

In the final blog in this series we look at how digital transformation impacts skills requirements, how APIs are enabling more accurate and timely...

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General introduction to Cobase

At Cobase, we believe that corporate banking can be made much simpler and more efficient than it is today, especially in the area of payments and cash management.

Payments & cash management

Cobase provides connectivity to multiple banks, directly from your ERP or via a portal. This enables you to execute payments and receivables and cash monitoring.

Liquidity forecasting

Liquidity forecasting helps optimize liquidity. Short-term and mid-term forecasting of cash flow and account balances is based on actual bank balances, high-level budgets, uncommitted and committed transactions.

FX & FX hedging

Trade FX products (spot, forward, swap), calculate FX exposure and automatically hedge it.  Define your FX hedge policy. Budget, uncommitted and committed transactions can be entered into the system. Automatic calculation of required hedging based on policy and exposure.

In-house banking

Intracompany accounts can be set up. Cash pooling transactions can be automatically tagged. Intracompany bookings can be used to reduce the number of physical payments. Automatically maintain the intracompany loan administration and calculate interest positions at self-defined rates.

Balance optimisation T.B.A.

Supports funding and sweeping across multiple banks. Accounts from different banks can be linked and target balances set. The system can transfer funds between accounts to optimize cash balances.

Request a meeting or demo

Contact us if you are interested to learn more about Cobase. We can discuss your specific requirements and determine which modules of Cobase are most suitable for your organisation.