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As a member organization servicing the needs of both players and tournaments, one of the objectives of the WTA includes optimizing the efficiency of its prize money processing. With a competitive tour spanning 53 events in 28 countries and 1,650 players from 85 regions and nations, the WTA aimed to improve currency preferences without sacrificing accuracy or timeliness when transferring funds from tournaments to players.

Read our case study to find out how Cambridge’s solutions helped to solve the challenges they were facing.

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