October 2, 2012
6:30 am - 7:30 am
7:30 am - 8:30 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. Roundtable topics include:
- Best Practices for a Successful Core Systems Modernization Initiative
- Redefining the Customer Experience in a Multi-Channel World
- The Next Generation of Mobile Banking
- What It Takes to Win in the New Payments Competitive Arena
- The Business Case for Cloud – What Banks Need to Know
- Big Data Rewards and Risks
8:30 am - 9:15 amWhat's In the Pipeline? Creating the Next Generation of Great Bank TechnologyThe days when a vendor could arbitrarily impose proprietary systems and product upgrades on its banking clients are long past. Today, the priority is on partnership and collaboration. Still, with the shift from internal development to packaged, hosted or outsourced solutions, banks are counting on technology solution providers to offer innovative high-performance systems that can provide a competitive advantage and a strong ROI. What is the vendor community doing to help financial institutions flourish in this demanding regulatory and economic environment? How are vendor/bank partnerships evolving? We'll ask some leading bank tech firms to pull back the curtains on their R&D and provide an exclusive view into what's in their product pipelines.
- Update on RFPs – what banks want from their vendors.
- New approaches to sourcing and IT partnerships – creating the win-win.
- Key technology trends shaping bank technology.
- Players and projects to watch.
Greg MacSweeney, Editorial Director, InformationWeek Financial Services
Katherine Burger, Editorial Director, Bank Systems & Technology
Bryan Yurcan, Associate Editor, Bank Systems & Technology
Gwenn Bézard, Co-Founder & Research Director, Aite Group
9:15 am - 10:00 amThe CIO Redefined: Elite 8 Panel DiscussionIt's not hyperbole to say that today every significant development in banking – whether it has to do with growth, regulation, risk management or productivity -- involves technology. And leading these transformational initiatives is the CIO, who today must simultaneously be technologist, marketer, financial expert and coach. What do the visionary bankers represented among Bank Systems & Technology's 2012 Elite think the future of the industry will like and what are their strategies to enable their IT organizations to respond to these trends? What are the key technology developments that will reshape banking? In this interactive session, we ask current and past Elite 8 honorees to analyze the future of the banking IT organization, the role of the CIO, and the expectations of customers.
Simulcast sponsored by Thunderhead.com
- New pressures on IT.
- Budget/IT investment forecasts.
- Hot technologies – what's hype, what's reality?
- Preparing for new and non-traditional competition.
Mike Redeker, CIO, ATB Financial
Angelo Valletta, SVP/CIO and Head of Bank Operations, Sun National Bank
Dominic Venturo, Chief Innovation Officer, Payment Services, U.S. Bank
ModeratorKatherine Burger, Editorial Director, Bank Systems & Technology
10:00 am - 10:15 am
10:15 am - 11:45 am
One-on-One Sponsor Meetings
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Networking & Recreational Activities
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm