In today’s always-on, cloud-enabled world, financial service providers are developing a slew of new digital financial products, payment methods, and cloud-based and mobile solutions. As a result, banks, insurers and other financial service providers are exchanging more data than ever both within the enterprise and outside their firewalls with customers and partners. Increasingly these stakeholders need the ability to see, understand and control the data flows that are driving their business interactions. But the massive amounts of sensitive data being generated and exchanged also must be carefully managed to ensure regulatory compliance, enhance efficiency and minimize exposure risks. In this webinar, we examine what it takes to optimally and securely integrate and control financial data flows throughout the enterprise and beyond.
What you’ll learn:
How the new era of digital business is changing the way financial service providers interact with their customers and partners.
What challenges financial service providers face in managing the ever-increasing flow of data being generated and used.
The key elements required to deliver exceptional digital experiences.
What technology and tools are available to deal with the challenges and facilitate digital transformation.
What to look for when picking a financial integration platform partner to work with.
How an API-enabled integration platform can provide the enterprise-grade control, visibility and security capabilities financial services providers need to integrate and govern data flows and handle future volumes.
Can your bank aggregate and report risk in a matter of minutes or hours? BCBS239 guidelines set that goal for January 1, 2016. Yet most banks face real compliance challenges due to legacy IT architectures that often include multiple, possibly conflicting data sources.
Are you ready?
Join us for a discussion with industry experts who will shed light on steps banks can take to ensure BCBS239 compliance.
You will learn how to:
Create a solution architecture designed to enable single source provisioning of risk, finance, customer, financial crime and compliance information
Rationalize fragmented data and analytical processes
Create cross enterprise transparency of data, rules and results
Automate complex, costly data quality, GL reconciliation and model risk management processes
Enable a demonstrably maintainable, metadata driven governance environment across LoBs and operations
Are you prepared for the unequivocal single source of the truth?
Electronic signatures are not a new technology within the banking industry. While you can find e-signatures being used to create paperless transactions in account openings, loans and wealth management throughout many banks and lending institutions today, the challenge now for many IT organizations is how to prioritize the backlog of e-signature projects from new lines of business and implementing a platform that will ensure long term success.
In this session, Ron Eddy, VP & Development Lead, Document Solutions, will share the vision of creating a uniform experience delivering high customer adoption rates via an enterprise document strategy and will discuss the challenges, best practices and lessons learned since the U.S. Bank began using e-signatures from e-SignLive.
Attend this webinar to learn how to:
Start quickly with e-signatures and scale
Reduce development and integration efforts
Choose between SaaS and on-premises e-signature solutions
Uncover and address business requirements
Avoid the most common missteps
Register for this webinar to learn how to effectively extend e-signatures across multiple business lines at your bank.
How financial institutions manage customer communications during a fraud situation is of extreme importance today. With more consumers shopping in digital channels than ever before, and point-of-sale terminals becoming the target of widespread hacks, banks must be able to quickly and efficiently detect fraudulent transactions in multiple places. But they also must do so more accurately, as good customers can be frustrated by having to go through additional challenges to be authenticated.
However, innovations in analytics and the ability to respond in real-time are now allowing financial services organizations to effectively address various fraud issues (i.e. bust-out fraud, application fraud) and at the same time, deliver services to customers on the terms they demand. In this one hour webcast sponsored by Bank Systems & Technology and FICO, you will learn about current trends in fraud management as well as insights on groundbreaking analytic technologies – multi-layered self-calibrating analytics and adaptive analytics – that are changing the way fraud systems decode your customers' behavior in real-time so you can reduce false positives and respond just as your customers expect you to.
Today’s more complex and expansive regulatory requirements – including stress testing and other Dodd Frank-related reporting, AML actions, and emerging privacy/security guidelines – make it more important than ever that financial institutions invest in infrastructure and platforms that facilitate compliance and allow for consistent, accurate and replicable processes. Requirements such as Dodd Frank, C-CAR, EMIR, and MiFID impose an overwhelming burden on IT and line of business teams. How can banks of all sizes ease the cost and complexity of delivering on financial regulations?
Attend this webinar to:
Learn key trends in financial stress testing
Explore IT-related challenges and bottlenecks
Discover best practices around streamlining delivery of stress tests and other compliance requirements.
Register for this webinar to learn how you can solve these business challenges and gain an operational advantage.
Electronic signature use is widespread within the banking industry but until now the promise of a truly ‘virtual branch’ was out of reach because many account opening documents require a scripted handwritten signature – that meant signing either the old-fashioned way with pen and paper, or coming into a branch in-person to e-sign on a bank-owned signature capture device. Both options lead to a negative customer experience and prevented remote on-boarding of new customers.
Join Silanis for an educational webinar to discover:
How banks can transform customers’ personal mobile devices into a signature capture tablet
E-Signature and mobility adoption trends in banking
The top account opening use cases for e-signing with a mobile device
Legal and security best practices to ensuring enforceability
Real ROI data from your peers in the banking industry
This presentation is intended for any business or IT executive, or digital strategist that is tasked with creating a convenient, personal and differentiated bank customer experience.
Join us to discuss experiences in agile adoption, SAFe, and internal transformation in enterprise organizations.
See how an electronic payment processor overcame challenges in transforming a traditional software development project to an agile approach.
Review lessons learned in using the scrum process.
Gain an overview of the methodology and best practices that are prescribed by the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).
Continuous delivery in software development allows us to deliver incrementally, get quick feedback, and react. A key enabler is the adoption of agile techniques and methods; key inhibitors in the enterprise are size, scale, and complexity. In particular, within large financial services organizations, teams face immense challenges in both the adoption of Agile and Lean principles but also scaling that adoption to an enterprise level.
Listen as our expert speakers identify the key challenges, including the need to identify value, provide the right data for various audiences, and the inherent required culture shift. Learn how to avoid some common pitfalls as you and your own organization embark on this same transformation.
According to Forrester Research, we have entered the era of Continuous Delivery. Clients are shifting from agile transformation to DevOps, while modern application delivery leaders are embracing DevOps to accelerate delivery of innovation.
Attend this webinar to learn how to:
Deliver real innovation by accelerating DevOps
Understand the 8 best practices for Financial Services companies
Improve your delivery capabilities
Register for this webinar to hear Kurt Bittner, Forrester Principal Analyst for Application Development & Delivery, talk about the increasing adoption and significant benefits of DevOps for Financial Services organizations and other fast-paced industries. This insightful session will highlight valuable lessons learned and best practices from a recent study of DevOps adoption conducted by Forrester Research.
It wasn’t all that long ago that banking customers were defined by their account type, which didn’t allow banks to see the entire relationship a client had with the institution. Today, however, the customer is finally the central focus for most banks. As a result, banks are now starting to apply advanced predictive analytics to customer data, with the aim of anticipating a customer’s needs — well in advance. For instance, if a customer visited an information page about mortgages, perhaps a financial advisor should contact the client to go over the often confusing mortgage process. Or, maybe a customer has searched the site for “how to close an account,” following two or three calls with the call center. A few years ago, banks were not able to connect the dots. Today, predictive analytics is improving customer relations, while also providing banks with the opportunity to build stronger client relationships and sell newer products.
Join Bank Systems & Technology for a free 60-minute video webinar to learn about how banks can apply advanced predictive analytics across this organization. During the session, you’ll learn how banks can:
Increase customer satisfaction by anticipating customer needs.
Uncover business opportunities by analyzing customer data.
Reduce customer churn by proactively engaging with clients.
The need for better and more accurate data in financial services is more critical than ever to improve customer experience, grow wallet share, and retain high potential customers. Unfortunately, traditional business silos, lack of a single view of customer, fragmented data management processes, and lack of capable technology are just some of the issues financial institutions face that prevents them from receiving the data they need to succeed.
In this one-hour webcast sponsored by Bank Systems & Technology and Informatica, you will learn what the latest industry trends are and how technology plays a role in helping your institution grow its business with better and trusted data.
By attending this webinar, you will learn why it is so hard for firms to maximize their vast wealth of data and what you can do to overcome these data challenges.
The mobile channel is growing at an unprecedented rate. In fact, Recent Mercator Advisory Group CustomerMonitor survey results reveal that smartphone ownership ballooned from 24 percent of mobile phone sales in 2010 to 57 percent of sales in 2013. Tablet ownership jumped from 5 percent of sales in 2011 to 29 percent 2013.
Customer adoption of mobile banking is exploding as well. This burgeoning market growth provides unprecedented opportunities – and challenges – for banks that seek to provide innovative mobile solutions to the broadening customer base. Today, it’s become essential for financial firms to find a way to deliver mobile applications fast and efficiently. However, many organizations struggle due to infrastructure and governance issues.
Join Bank Systems & Technology for a free 60-minute Webinar to get ideas about how banks can effectively deliver new mobile applications that will engage customers and drive growth. During the session, you’ll learn how banks can:
Leverage infrastructure and architecture to improve app delivery.
Accelerate mobile development via effective governance and up-to-the minute tools.
Increase business agility to respond to market opportunities and customer trends.
Bank Systems & Technology Dec. 2, 2014BS&T's 2014 Elite 8 executives are leading their banks to success, whether it involves leveraging the cloud, modernizing core systems, or transforming into digital enterprises.