NEW DELHI: Differentiated Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (Diffsoft), developers
of Business Analysis and Risk Management software solutions, has introduced the
latest version of their flagship product "Diffeye", version 3.0, that
addresses the need of Treasury professionals of companies with substantial forex
"DiffEye" is India's first indigenously developed Corporate
Treasury Management System. The version 3.0 incorporates additional scientific
functionalities and includes changes that incorporate Best Treasury Practices
from some of India's and the World's more sophisticated companies.
The salient features of version 3.0 include sophisticated Decision Support
Tools like Value-at-Risk, Portfolio Risk Limits, Trailing Stop Loss to maximize
profits out of Forex Exposures, Integration with Corporate's ERP for accurate
Benchmarking on Purchase Orders / Invoices placed anywhere in the World.
Compliance with Accounting Standards, AS 11 (Accounting for the Effects of
Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates) and audit log of transactions to improve
Internal Control Systems of the Corporate.
Commenting on the launch of the new version, Sounderraman, CEO, Diffsoft
said, "Treasury Management is increasingly getting important and
specialized. And Treasury professionals in India often deal with the uncertain
environment with not much of solution support. DiffEye not only helps them defy
the risk but also helps them to make their treasury operations demonstrably more
effective. This package also aims to improve Internal Control Systems for a
Corporate, which is important to track off Balance Sheet transactions. Recent
regulatory and environmental changes make it imperative for Corporate to manage
Forex Treasury with more of science and less of intuition."
Currently the company has two fully developed products viz. DiffEye and
DiffQue. According to Diffsoft Director-Marketing Krishnaraj, "Considering
the immense potential of the market, we are exploring channel expansion,
increased marketing activity and other tools at our command to reach the
treasury professionals who really require such a solution."