Deutsche Bank Launches Financial Supply Chain Manager Application

Deutsche Bank has launched the Financial Supply Chain Manager on its Autobahn App Market. The Financial Supply Chain Manager is an App with multi-currency and multilingual capabilities that enables clients to access receivables finance and supplier finance solutions via one central access point.

 

Deutsche Bank’s financial supply chain solutions provide financing opportunities and value-added services for all stages of the corporate supply chain. They can contribute towards better working capital management and liquidity generation, lower costs and increased supply chain transparency. Financial Supply Chain Manager can be integrated with a client's ERP system to facilitate electronic data transmission.

 

The Autobahn App Market is the first App-based electronic client offering in the financial services industry, providing a single access point to Deutsche Bank’s electronic products, services and intellectual property. This not only includes its transaction banking services, but also the Bank’s award-winning research, commentary, pricing, and analytics as well as execution tools.

 

"By making our financial supply chain solutions accessible through Deutsche Bank's Autobahn App Market, our clients will enjoy ease of access and usability, not only to our receivables and payables finance solutions, but also to many other Deutsche Bank products and services,” says Rick Striano, Global Head of Product Management, Trade & Financial Supply Chain at Deutsche Bank.

 

Since 2011, more than 165 of Deutsche Bank’s electronic services on Autobahn have been redesigned to make them easier to access and use, and each system has now become an App within the Autobahn App Market.

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