Kyriba expands footprint in Middle East, Central Europe and Africa with Midis Group partnership

Brings needed international finance, cash & liquidity and payments solutions to Emerging Markets. Expands and Enhances Localized Services and Support

Kyriba today announced a partnership with Midis Group, a leading technology organization, comprising some 170 companies across 70 countries in the EMEA region.

The alliance will enable delivery of localized services and support in these regions to help finance leaders, banks and governments solve the challenge of understanding and managing their liquidity with sophisticated, market leading solutions for payments, cash & liquidity management, supply chain finance, and FX risk management, all centralized in Kyriba’s cloud-based Active Liquidity Network.

“Digital transformation in finance is driving new opportunities for growth in the Middle East, Africa and similar emerging markets,” said Frederic Marret, CFO at Webcor Group. “Given the additional complexities of the global pandemic, integrated payments solutions like Kyriba’s gives my team the connectivity to global banks it needs to deliver real-time visibility into our cash and liquidity, which is essential for minimizing risk and managing international regulatory requirements.”

“Our partnership with Midis Group enables us to blend our international solutions with native expertise to facilitate real change and growth for companies in emerging markets,” said Jean-Luc Robert, Chairman and CEO at Kyriba. “Kyriba will now have the ability to offer governments, banks and corporate CFOs in emerging regions modern solutions to manage liquidity as they navigate the road to recovery in a new global landscape.”

Midis Group has a robust and talented group of more than 5,000 IT and finance consultants who have partnered with the largest firms in the world. Kyriba will be the 17th such firm Midis Group has partnered with, bringing a deep bench of expertise, customer service and implementation success. Midis Group’s local knowledge of government, tax, language and financial requirements will benefit clients in the region.

“Together, Midis Group and Kyriba will offer native expertise and modern solutions to help our clients connect to the global economy and international banking systems, while reducing risk from FX volatility or payments fraud,” said Amer Chebaro, General Manager at Midis Group. “Kyriba’s Active Liquidity Network will enable our clients to thrive, whether through simple modular upgrades in payments, or full ERP transformation projects.”