Time to Change: CHOA Migrates to a Treasury Workstation

In response to increasing needs for enhanced visibility and control of treasury risk, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA)’s treasury team made the decision to migrate from spreadsheets to a treasury workstation. In this exclusive interview with AFP, Selwyn A. Carter, MBA, corporate treasury manager for CHOA, explains how the project was conceived and organized, as well as the range of benefits now being achieved.
 

Highlights:

  • Fully automated payments processes
  • Single central repository for wire and ACH payments, and it holds the supporting documentation for each transaction
  • Define and analyze  key metrics such as  target balances and projected investment surpluses


Time to Change: CHOA Migrates to a Treasury Workstation

In response to increasing needs for enhanced visibility and control of treasury risk, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA)’s treasury team made the decision to migrate from spreadsheets to a treasury workstation. In this exclusive interview with AFP, Selwyn A. Carter, MBA, corporate treasury manager for CHOA, explains how the project was conceived and organized, as well as the range of benefits now being achieved.

Highlights:

  • Fully automated payments processes
  • Single central repository for wire and ACH payments, and it holds the supporting documentation for each transaction
  • Define and analyze  key metrics such as  target balances and projected investment surpluses

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"[CHOA] is now able to supply the VP of finance and senior management with a timely, dependable and functionally rich set of reports, which define and analyze key metrics such as target balances and projected investment surpluses."

Selywn Carter, Corporate Treasury Manager, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

"[CHOA] is now able to supply the VP of finance and senior management with a timely, dependable and functionally rich set of reports, which define and analyze key metrics such as target balances and projected investment surpluses."

Selywn Carter, Corporate Treasury Manager, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta