We started Treasury Software in 1999 because we believe that all businesses - regardless of size - deserve to have access to the electronic banking network.
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We are not just a software company - we are actively involved in the banking and ACH community.
We present at NACHA (the national association) conferences, XML initiatives, and regional ACH conferences. Treasury Software is a member of the NACHA Alliance (formerly CEBP).
In October 2016, we became a NACHA Preferred Partner for ACH enablement and integration. Please visit us on the NACHA Preferred Partner page for more information on the program and announcement for details on our work with small and mid-sized businesses.
We're also active in the general banking and financial community, presenting to the Association for Financial Professionals regional chapters, as well as maintaining our relationships with key banks, such as M&I Bank (now BMO Harris Bank) - since 2004.
Recently, we added US Bank (the 5th largest bank originator of ACH transactions in the US) to our list.
View Treasury Software on US Bank (6th paragraph)
We're never satisfied and are always in active development. We post updates throughout the year. Please see our Version History.
Since our inception in 1999, we have maintained an ongoing commitment to providing secure, intuitive, cost effective solutions that are easy to install and easy to use.
Because our development team includes experienced Certified Public Accountants, we understand the unique issues and challenges associated with the treasury management environment.
We believe that our software speaks for itself - please download a free full working version today.
Microsoft Gold Certified for over 10 years. Certification includes:
|Member of the Intuit Developer Program since 2011.
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Many of our staff members have been in the hospitality industry at some point in their careers - and we hope that our responsive customer support reflects that.