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ReconNET enables Mexx to reduce risk of material weaknesses
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Aug '09
Trintech Group Plc, a leading provider of integrated financial governance, risk management and compliance software solutions, announced that Mexx has selected its ReconNET software for financial process compliance. ReconNET is a component of Trintech's Unity platform, a suite of modular software that enables companies to meet their financial governance, risk management and compliance goals.

Mexx markets an extensive range of fashion apparel and lifestyle accessories for women, men and children. Its contemporary and affordable products can be found in more than 66 countries throughout Europe, Canada, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region. Mexx is part of Liz Claiborne Inc., a NYSE listed company.

Through a suite of software modules, Trintech's Unity platform enables companies like Mexx to increase the accuracy and transparency of financial reporting, reduce operational costs, shorten cycle times and reduce the risk of material weaknesses and restatements.

Trintech's ReconNET module, the world's leading account reconciliation software solution for high-volume account matching, automates daily, monthly, and periodic reconciliation and balancing of financial accounts. With ReconNET's customizable business rules and automated reconciliation, staff can process accounts and transactions quickly, accurately, and consistently in compliance.

Mexx joins over 600 leading global organizations benefiting from Trintech's configurable and highly scalable solutions.

Trintech Group Plc

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