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EBAM

[′ē‚bam]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Deutsche Banks's new ability to handle the eBAM technology will help us to serve other corporate customers: 'The solution is a milestone toward paperless, efficient cash management,' said Ole Matthiessen, Head of Global Cash Management at Deutsche Bank.
Sciaky's EBAM process combines CAD, AM processing principles, and an electron beam heat source.
EBAM manufactures Zemex pick-up vehicles, which are manufactured locally except for the engine, which is imported from Japanese Isuzu.
Citi eBAM is currently available across North America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa and the Asia Pacific regions.
JP Morgan (NYS: JPM) Treasury Services has announced that it has launched an electronic account management solution (eBAM).
Advancements in treasury technology in recent years--more powerful treasury management systems (TMS), FX/Trading platforms, eBAM, short-term investment portals, multi-bank connectivity and more--provide corporate treasurers with the opportunity to address these growing liquidity management challenges while more effectively monitoring their company's cash and risk.
Fifth Annual Corporate Banking Europe Summit At Fleming Europe's ffth Annual Corporate Banking Europe Summit, top-level industry peers will have a global insight delivered by the key stakeholders and newest solutions of transactional efficiency will be revealed, started by the highly interactive conference kick-off workshop about automated electronic bank account management (eBAM).
According to the company, the Electronic Bank Account Management (eBAM) solution is developed using EMC Documentum xCelerated Composition Platform (xCP), which integrates EMC Captiva for intelligent enterprise capture and Wipro's message management and back office integration offerings.
The acquisition, the price of which was not unveiled, is seen as a significant step of Wall Street Systems in the growing market for electronic bank account management (eBAM) solutions.