Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY), a leading provider of cloud-based payment, invoice and banking solutions, today announced that it has been awarded the 2012 Treasury Management International Award for Innovation and Excellence in Payments.
The TMI Awards recognize banks, advisors and technology providers who best understand the challenges that corporate treasurers face in the global treasury arena. Award winners are selected based upon votes by corporate treasurers.
"We are delighted that Bottomline Technologies have been recognised by our treasury readers as ‘best in class’”, commented Robin Page, President and CEO of TMI. “We believe our awards, which are voted for by our readers and subscribers, are a true indication of which solution providers are getting it right, in the eye of the corporate treasurer."
“We are committed to providing innovative solutions for the customers we serve,” said Brian McLaughlin, Vice President, Product Design and User Experience at Bottomline. “Our selection by corporate treasurers reflects the positive response we have had in the market.”
About Bottomline Technologies
Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY) provides cloud-based payment, invoice and banking solutions to corporations, financial institutions and banks around the world. The company’s solutions are used to streamline, automate and manage processes involving payments, invoicing, global cash management, supply chain finance and transactional documents. Organizations trust Bottomline to meet their needs for cost reduction, competitive differentiation and optimization of working capital. Headquartered in the United States, Bottomline also maintains offices in Europe and Asia-Pacific. For more information, visit
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