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Fintech APRO Cloud Solutions Delivers Embedded Treasury Banking to ERP Cloud Customers on Oracle Autonomous Cloud

Sanjay Mathew
Sr. Director, Financial Services Industry Solutions, Oracle

Blog co-authored with Geert Mouwen from APRO Software Solutions

One of the concerns of companies considering a move to Oracle ERP Cloud is their existing bank treasury connectivity. Many companies have gone through extensive processes with their banks building and testing formats and setting up connectivity, often resulting in completely customized solutions. These projects have taken a lot of time, money and effort to complete and to maintain. Understandably companies are not very eager going through that experience again.

On the other side, global transaction banks today are under heavy pressure to provide superior experience to their customers in the areas of executing global payment transactions. However, many banks and the corresponding corporate treasury organizations are now settling with inferior customized solutions that are taking too long to implement and do not provide the true straight through processing experience. Due to the high number of customizations offering new services to existing clients has become a difficult process.

One of the big benefits of moving your ERP to Oracle Cloud is the access to a broad range of third-party apps through the Oracle Marketplace. Apps that allow for easy access to the latest fintech products and services. Also, banks are also moving ahead, and more and more banks are seen expanding their services to be directly accessible through API’s.

Embedding the Bank in Oracle ERP with Oracle Fintech APRO Cloud Solutions: What if there is a treasury banking app on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace that acts as a global universal bank ERP payments and treasury adaptor? On one side you plug directly into your customers ERP, and on the other side you connect to your own internal banking systems. The plugin has a global format library available that has the latest bank formats and transmission protocols available for both global and local banks. As soon as your banks API’s become available this app will allow your customers to utilize your new API services by just upgrading the app, giving your clients the option to use your services without the need for any development on their side.

Banks today can deliver this global payment solution for their ERP customers by simply leveraging the APRO Cloud Solutions Banking Gateway application and do a one click deployment on Oracle Cloud. Any ERP customer globally can instantly connect to their treasury bank with this offering enabling them to improve their operational efficiencies, improve their cash flows by calling real time banking APIs and gain instant insight into payments status.

APRO Cloud Solutions Banking Gateway does just that. It is created by a highly specialized company that builds bank connectivity and formats for Oracle for over 20 years. APRO is using Oracle Java Cloud & Oracle Autonomous Database technology and their Banking Gateway solution can be found on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace since 2016. With Oracle Cloud banks can be assured of the security, scalability and performance of the solution and can be confident that the solution complies to global banking regulatory compliance requirements.

If your ERP connectivity is a concern for migration to Oracle ERP Cloud, it might be worth checking out what this application can do. For banks looking to deliver treasury banking and payments capabilities integrated seamlessly to Oracle ERP Cloud , APRO Cloud Solutions Banking Gateway provides the banking experience embedded into Oracle ERP systems. This solution delivers banking experience to where their customer conduct business, drastically improve customer experience and remove operational efficiencies in payments and treasury banking.

APRO Cloud Solutions Banking Gateway can be found on Oracle Cloud Marketplace here.

Learn more about the Banking Gateway solution here.

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