Treasurers in the energy industry need real-time insight into global cash and liquidity to make smarter decisions.

Many companies in the energy industry are challenged by a lack of visibility into debt, investments and liquidity, which hampers strategic decision making. In addition, they struggle with scaling AP payments, while also trying to minimize impacts from FX exposures. Kyriba helps companies manage the challenges associated with being a global company by providing:

Holistic Visibility
Kyriba provides a seamless, timely view into liquidity, debt, investment, cash and FX exposures. This insight enables executives to make smarter, more informed decisions.

Global Payments
Kyriba's Payment Hub can manage both AP and AR payments, while maintaining robust format transformation for communication with banks and other institutions.

FX Risk Management
Kyriba provides tools for better FX exposure management, helps organizations protect impacts to earnings, and supports all post-trade activities for mid- and back-office analysis and reporting requirements.


Over 2,000 Organizations Globally Trust Kyriba

“Kyriba is empowering my digital transformation at work particularly because we are now real-time. We were never able to do that before.”
Senior Director, Corporate Finance & Accounting at AEG

Average Quantitative Results

Hours saved per month using Kyriba
Hours saved per month on daily cash positioning
Average of payback months
Source: Data compiled from surveying more than 200 companies as part of Kyriba's value engineering process.

How Treasury Centralization is Helping Oilibya Increase Efficiency & Reduce Costs

With 34 affiliate companies working in 20 different currencies, and more than 400,000 transactions per year, Oilibya needed to remedy the lack of consolidated cash visibility.

Learn how their treasury team worked to gain a timely view of their liquidity and FX risk exposures, as well as full visibility of the intercompany cash flows.

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“Overall, we expect to optimize operational efficiency by 80 percent, while reducing operational costs by around 20 percent, with the expectation that these metrics will improve over time.”