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Corporate cash levels have skyrocketed to historical highs over the past decade. Industry experts expect this trend to continue as larger cash reserves are held for several reasons including heightened balance sheet conservatism in the wake of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and simply a lack of sufficient opportunities to immediately deploy corporate cash in many industries. A traditionally time-consuming manual investment process is ripe with opportunities for reengineering in today's era where corporations strive for maximum efficiency and sound compliance.
Author: Kirk Black