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Finesse, Kyriba collaborate to enhance visibility and controls for Corporate Clients

Innovative Cloud Fintech Enables Secure Payments, Real-time Fraud Detection and Decision Support

Finesse announced a strategic channel sales partnership with Kyriba. The partnership will give Finesse’s more than 200 corporate clients access to Kyriba’s enterprise suite, enabling greater financial controls and decision support as part of their digital transformation.

“Kyriba offers a category leading, secure financial management platform with important innovations in payments and risk management,” said Sunil Paul, Co-Founder and COO at Finesse. “Market volatility and U.S. tax reform are currently driving the need for improved cash visibility and secure payments that Kyriba is well suited to address. Finesse will offer Kyriba as part of our larger mission to serve our clients today and in the future with world-class solutions.”

With Kyriba, Finesse can address the pent-up demand for more secure and centralized financial management solutions, including payments, automated workflows, and real-time fraud detection. These cloud-based solutions help corporate clients compete in the market today with improved decision support.

“Finesse is a leading Systems Integrator in the GCC region, and has an extensive global network that is aligned to Kyriba’s,” said Roger Baroutjian, Managing Director – Direct & Channel Sales at Kyriba. “We have invested in the security of our platform and added strong controls across the payments workflow to satisfy the increasing demand data protection. With a comprehensive financial suite at their fingertips, Finesse’s customers will be able to add real-time decision support and help drive growth for their company.”

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