October 4, 2011
6:30 am - 7:30 am
7:30 am - 8:40 amStrategic Issues RoundtablesJoin with your peers to debate some of the most urgent issues in the banking industry today. In these informal discussion groups you will share war stories, make contacts, brainstorm and learn from other banking executives who share your concerns on key strategic and technology issues.
- Security Challenges: Dealing with FFIEC, Wikileaks, Fraud and More
- Customer Experience: The Realities Beyond the Buzzwords
- Core Systems Transformation Success Factors
- Rethinking the Data Center in the Era of Virtualization, Cloud, SaaS and Outsourcing
- The Mobile Revolution: Winners, Losers and What's Next?
- Confronting the Big Data Era: Reaping the Payoff on BI, Analytics and Data Management Investments
8:40 am - 9:15 amIndustry Insights: The Future Vision of Banking ITWhat will the banking IT organizations of the future look like? Will there even be dedicated IT organizations, or will technology be so pervasive in the enterprise that there is no distinction between the business and IT? How will an uncertain regulatory environment, changing demographics and new means of communications and collaboration shape not only the ways banks interact with their customers, but the nature of the financial services workforce as well? Bank Systems & Technology presents the results of an exclusive research study that reveals where CIOs and other senior banking execs think the industry is going and what the key issues for 2012 will be.
- Spending forecasts and budget outlook.
- Assessing the competition.
- Hot technologies -- what's hype, what's reality?
- Redefining the CIO role.
, Senior Analyst Banking, CelentDownload presentationKatherine Burger
, Editorial Director, Bank Systems & Technology
9:15 am - 10:00 amElite 8 Point/Counterpoint: Confronting the Challenges AheadTech spending is on the upswing, but are banks getting the results they expect? Technology capabilities are expanding and vendors are offering a range of modern solutions based on more open and cost-effective architectures, but do bankers have realistic expectations about implementation and ROI? As the industry emerges from the financial crisis and refocuses on growth, there are new opportunities for financial institutions and vendors to work together to achieve a higher level of performance and service -- what are the obstacles to achieving this kind of win-win scenario? In this interactive session, 2011 Elite 8 executives face off against executives from some of the bank technology industry's most innovative companies to address some of the key challenges and issues facing the industry, including:
- 2012 IT budget forecasts -- where is the spending going, and does this make sense?
- What is "the next big thing" in banking technology?
- Rethinking the RFP process for better results.
- How to achieve and maintain competitive differentiation.
ModeratorJacob Jegher, Senior Analyst Banking, Celent
10:00 am - 10:15 am
10:15 am - 11:45 am
One-on-One Sponsor Meetings
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Networking & Recreational Activities
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm