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Kyriba Introduces a Range of API Connectors to Its Cloud Platform

The cloud-based finance and IT solutions company Kyriba has launched 24 new API connectors within its platform, accelerating access to real-time payments, enterprise liquidity management and optimising resiliency against global economic disruption.

Kyriba ERP APIs offer real-time connectivity and bi-directional workflows to streamline the integration of new or acquired ERPs, migrate from on-premise to cloud solutions, and unify enterprise-wide data from ERP and other third-party solutions.

Félix Grévy, head of connectivity and open API, at Kyriba
Félix Grévy

“Today’s corporate finance and IT leaders demand real-time connectivity to rapidly integrate financial data to improve business outcomes, said Félix Grévy, head of connectivity and open API at Kyriba.

“Kyriba APIs are the most advanced ERP connectors in the market today, with each API fully certified to help CFOs and CIOs eliminate fraud, mitigate risk and optimise enterprise liquidity.”

Outlined in its official announcement, the capabilities of Kyriba’s ERP API connectors include:

  • Liquidity management: Out of the box integrations with Kyriba workflows, including cash forecasting, payments, fraud detection, accounting reconciliation, hedge accounting, FX risk management and working capital financing
  • Resiliency, business continuity: Improve time to value, reducing ERP-to-bank and treasury connectivity from weeks to days, with increased security, agility and integration reliability
  • Developer portal and app marketplace: Self-service connectivity and provisioning is also available to ERP customers and implementation partners through the Kyriba developer portal, including ERP-side integration components and documentation

“Our clients are continually investing in digital transformation, leveraging innovative features from Kyriba’s app marketplace to more efficiently comply with sanctions, verify bank accounts, trade cryptocurrencies and NFTs, and increase the yield on idle cash balances. CFOs and their CIO counterparts recognise that APIs are the pathway to innovation, growth and liquidity optimisation,” added Grévy.

In early 2022, Kyriba announced it opened its application platform to developers with access to its $15trillion payments network and has since expanded the developer portal with new self-service applications and an app marketplace.

Author

  • Tyler is a fintech journalist with specific interests in online banking and emerging AI technologies. He began his career writing with a plethora of national and international publications.

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