Kuala Lumpur, 30 March 2023 – At the Kick-Off ceremony of Co-opbank Pertama (CBP) Treasury Management System project, Triaset announced it is implementing the robust d’Compass application to enable CBP users to make more informed decisions in their day-to-day treasury operations.
With this partnership and subsequent technology implementation, Triaset has become a vendor of choice to CBP in its journey to execute CBP’s long-term IT blueprint.
To recap, after a rigorous Request For Proposal (RFP) process, Triaset was duly selected to implement its web-based d’Compass Treasury Management System at CBP. As a local software company that has been specializing in treasury solutions for more than two decades, Triaset is seen by CBP as a perfect organization to partner with in executing the bank’s ambitious strategic plans.
“Working with CBP is a bold step that is aligned with our company strategy to make Triaset more visible to the local co-operative industry”, said William Lim, Chief Executive Officer, Triaset. “Clients demand good systems, and Triaset is continually improving and developing our new features for our users to provide the most value to them”.
William added, “once the d’Compass is fully implemented at CBP, the users will surely have a good digital platform to make sound business decisions in their day-to-day business operations. I say, making quick and right decisions are of utmost importance to the dealers as the treasury market is very dynamic in nature”.
And more importantly, “partnering with CBP is another real milestone to us in our journey to be the best Treasury Management System provider”, said William.
The soon to be implemented Treasury Management System at CBP will provide a real-time information to its users at their fingertip. However, not only the Treasury users will be benefitting this next-gen solution. Since d’Compass will be integrated to the core banking system, staff from any nook and cranny of the bank will be able to make use of the smart features offered by the d’Compass system as well. This is in line with the CBP’s vision to bring up its status to a whole new level.
“We are looking forward to be working with Triaset in this project”, said Khairil Anuar
Mohammad Anuar, Chief Executive Officer at CBP. “Digitalizing our treasury system is among our top priorities and one we share with Triaset. It is also in line with our Aspirasi 5 which is CBP’s 5 years Strategic Plan which was launched in May 2022. That said, with the vast experience offered by Triaset as a Treasury Management System player, I am excited to have a long-term business partnership with Triaset”.
Triaset is the only local software house that offers an end-to-end Treasury Management System. With the help and support of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), to date, Triaset has footprints in Indonesia, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Qatar and United Arab Emirates.