Looking brighter, inside and out

Treasury Spring - James Skillen

James Skillen

Co-Founder, CTO
Wednesday, Jan, 18, 2023
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What have you learned from 2022 that will guide you into 2023?

During 2022, the system running our platform had comfortably handled the increase in traffic but importantly revealed the need to consider code refactoring to further improve its robustness and ability to scale. I’m proud to have seen the Tech team headcount double, further enabling us to face any workload, continue to find better ways of working and provide a better experience for our clients through the redesign of the platform and internal workflows. I am looking forward to seeing the team continue to grow in 2023 and add even more exciting features for our clients.

Can you share a memory from 2022 that left you feeling inspired?

2022 saw the launch of our new company brand, visual identity and website. It was in stark contrast to our previous website which was 80% grey. In going live, we saw the business shed its classical looking financial services identity and emerge as the truly exciting, disruptive creator of treasury tech that it has always been.

What are your most important objectives for 2023?

As the number of products we offer on the platform grows, we’re driven to maintain the ease with which our clients find what they need. We already have new improvements in development and are looking forward to sharing them with our clients this year. 2023 also provides an opportunity to consolidate what we’ve learned and use that to make the client experience as seamless as possible so they can focus on the most important things for them. Internal integration for teams throughout TreasurySpring is also a high priority for us. This will increase the ability of our teams to add further value to our clients.

What is going to rock your working world in 2023?

We covered a lot of ground in 2022 but there are still huge and positive changes on the way for our platform. These changes ensure our system is more scalable, more compact and further reduce friction in future development. Combining this with a relentless drive to improve the UI/UX experience, automatic testing for our continually growing client base and product offering, makes 2023 a year to look forward to.I am also very much looking forward to the annual TreasurySpring party. Of course, for all of the obvious reasons (who doesn’t like a spring party?!), but equally as an opportunity to take a look back over the year to date and see how much we’ve accomplished in a short space of time. We spend a lot of time planning ahead, but it’s vital to take a little time to pause and to reflect.

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Insights

Numbers and values

Numbers and values

2023. What have you done for me lately?

2023. What have you done for me lately?

Well-placed ambition

Well-placed ambition

Investing in people and partners

Investing in people and partners

 
 

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