Treasury Software understands and respects the needs of businesses of all sizes to institute a comprehensive risk management process to govern their third-party vendor relationships.
While we would like to complete and assist with all vendor management due diligence inquiries, it would not be economically feasible based on our pricing model.
Our software is aggressively priced at the utility and desktop productivity level and cannot support the additional costs associated with this pre-sales activity.
We welcome the opportunity to provide you with as much information as possible in a self-service methodology (below):
Service Organization Reports (SOC, SSAE 16/18 and SAS 70)
Service Organization reports are often initially requested by our client's purchasing department or vendor management departments as a condition of licensing.
As Treasury Software is a software provider and not a service organization - these reports are not applicable.
We maintain software certifications and attestations with multiple entities - including Microsoft and Intuit.
Our software has been tested and is listed at the following locations:
Intuit Developer - QuickBooks Desktop
Intuit Developer - QuickBooks Online
It should be further noted:
While we are a privately held corporation and do not release financial statements, relevant financial information is available from third-party sites, including Dun & Bradstreet.
Treasury Software maintains insurance coverage in accordance with our corporate policies.
Treasury Software can provide a Certificate of Insurance to licensed clients upon request, at no cost.
Adding a licensed client / qualified partner as an additional insured may be obtained at an annual cost of $275/year (to help offset administrative costs).
End Use License Agreement (EULA)
As a shrink-wrap software developer, Treasury Software provides a standardized license agreement (EULA) for all of our clients - and is publicly available. Based on our volume, Treasury Software is unable to alter this document or supply individual contracts.
Small Business Enterprise (SBE) company and Diversity
Our goal is to promote diversity in all aspects of our company - from our staff to our vendors.
As a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) company, we are sensitive to proactively including entities that are minority-owned, women owned, veteran owned, LGBT-owned, service disabled veteran owned, historically underutilized business, and small business enterprises as suppliers and professional service providers.
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 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 (7th paragraph)
Microsoft Certified since 2008. Certification includes:
|QuickBooks Silver Developer since 2011. Certification includes:
--Intuit client support from the Intuit Marketplace
View Treasury Software's Profile on Intuit
We are proud of our product lines and the support that we provide.
We trust that this is self-evident in the reviews that are posted at:
The sites noted above are unfiltered and contain all comments posted.
In addition, you can access Testimonials.
On June 15, 2011, the SSAE 16 (Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements No. 16) replaced the SAS70. The SSAE 16, Reporting on Controls at a Service Organization covers examining a service provider’s controls and rendering an opinion for the provider’s customers. SSAE 16 is also referred to as Service Organization Controls (SOC).
On May 1, 2017, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) replaced SSAE 16 with SSAE 18. While there were many additional areas of update - one major point was the inclusion of 'subservice' organizations.
A service organization is an entity that provides services (hosting, payroll processing, etc...) to another entity. A subservice organization goes one level deeper - a service entity used by the original service organization to perform services.
As Treasury Software is not a service or subservice organization, it does not fall
within the scope of these standards.
Treasury Software obtains certification from independent software testing agencies in conjunction with its Microsoft Certified Partner status.