The EACT & Reval invite you to participate in the Treasury Benchmarking Survey 2014

The objectives of the survey are to understand why treasury is changing and how technology can support treasury in this change process. It should not take more than 10 minutes to complete the survey, which covers the following areas:

- Challenges driving change in treasury (7 questions)
- Treasury's changing scope and structure (9 questions)
- Treasury technology as enabler for change (9 questions)
- Demographics (5 questions)

To show our appreciation of the time you take to complete this survey, you will automatically receive the survey results and an individual "Benchmarking Report" comparing your answers to the overall results. You will also be entered into a prize draw for an iPad Mini. The winner will be informed by email.

 

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