In a continuing effort to provide you with unmatched insights into the bank technology sector in a format that fits your workflow, Bank Systems & Technology is expanding its digital lineup in 2011 to include six all-digital issues. Your February issue is available for download now.
This special digital edition of Bank Systems & Technology may be our most important yet. As competitive pressures intensify, more and more banks are realizing that they must modernize their core systems in order to deliver the products and services that consumers demand. Our February digital issue includes everything you need to know to build a business case for a core banking transformation while minimizing the risks and maximizing the benefits of the project.
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In This Issue:
- 12 CORE SYSTEMS BEST PRACTICES: Bankers who have recently completed or are in the midst of a core system replacement share 12 best practices to help you plan, implement and benefit from your core transformation.
- 6 REASONS BANKS ARE UPGRADING THEIR CORES: More core banking migrations are under way this year than the industry has seen in a decade. But the goals behind the initiatives are as varied as the banks themselves.
- PLANNING FOR SUCCESS BEGINS BEFORE THE RFP: The most important decisions in a core banking systems replacement or renewal often are those that are answered before the project even begins.
- WHY YOU SHOULD MODERNIZE YOUR CORE NOW: Banks that fail to revitalize their core systems now will be competitive laggards in a few years, according to Accenture core banking expert Fiaz Sindhu.
- Core Transformation By the Numbers
- Building Customer-Centric Core Values - A Success Story
- Wisdom vs. Youth: Legacy Systems vs. New Technology
Look for these exclusive, all-digital editions of Bank Systems & Technology in 2011.
APRILMobile Banking Best Practices
Mobile banking is is now the fastest-growing retail channel, and banks looking to drive growth and customer retention must have the infrastructure, applications and policies to provide a reliable and secure experience. BS&T identifies current mobile banking best practices, as well as critical capabilities for the future.
JUNERedefining the Data Center: How Cloud Computing and Virtualization Are Changing Banks' IT Environments
Bank data centers are no longer just about transaction processing or data storage -- they play a key role in a bank's strategies, governance and performance. What are the technologies, services and management strategies available to banks to help them get the most out of their data centers?
AUGUSTCustomer Experience: The Technology Behind the Buzzwords
For customer experience to be more than the latest buzzword, banks must provide personalized real-time service and consistent, seamless and reliable access across multiple channels. Learn which technologies market leaders are investing in and how it's paying off in terms of customer loyalty and retention.
NOVEMBERThe Future of Payments
Payments continue to be a hotbed of innovation and diversification, with mobile and contactless payments promising further transformation. How can banks maintain control in this changing business, and what kinds of challenges will they face in terms of security, regulation, competition and standards?
DECEMBERThe Next Generation of E-Banking: New Opportunities to Connect With Customers
Social media, mobile, tablets and telepresence are among the leading-edge technologies driving the next generation of online banking. What do e-banking customers want, and are banks prepared to deliver?