The supplier of the Treasury software Diapason opens an office in the United States in a context of sustained growth .

Paris – September 12, 2019 – MCC, editor of Diapason Treasury and Risk Management System, announced today the opening of an office in the United States, located in Princeton, New Jersey. This opening marks an important step for the company, whose market share has increased significantly in recent years.
“This new office strengthens the service offer for our European customers who are highly established in North America. It also provides a starting point for the distribution of our solution in the American continent” stated Frédéric Saunier, COO and head of business development.

Diapason is acclaimed for its broad functional coverage, combined with a high level of flexibility, unique on the market. By deploying Diapason, treasurers provide their finance department with first-rate services to centralize and optimize liquidity, automate and secure payments and effectively control financial risks.

MCC recently announced a 28% increase in its revenue over the last fiscal year and the doubling of its number of references over the past 3 years. Many groups are equipping or replacing systems that no longer meet the current challenges of today’s financial departments. Often made up of different solutions leased or acquired over time, the heterogeneous systems in place are functionally limited and costly to maintain.

In this context, the Diapason solution is a choice offering a quick return on investment.  It allows companies to implement an integrated system covering the whole organization and complying with the best practices of the function. It also provides treasurers with the customization capabilities necessary to implement the management rules and key performance indicators required by the company’s business.

MCC enables the digital transformation of financial organizations through its Diapason solution. Our teams are made up of experienced corporate treasurers, financial engineers and software engineering experts. These skills, combined with an agile and customer-centric approach (Westfield, LVMH, Amundi, Décathlon, Thales, etc.), allow treasurers to find solutions that meet the challenges of their business.
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