Driving Innovation and Business Value

16 December, 2020 |Free Online Event

The global pandemic brought about rapid shifts towards investments in digital, technology and innovation across industries and businesses, and the Banking, Insurance and Financial Services (BFSI) sector is no different. To add on, evolving customer needs and expectations, re-designed business operating models and new-age technologies are all painting a drastically different landscape for the industry. In this BFSI Transformation Interactive Series, senior BFSI industry leaders and innovators will gather to share strategic insights and capture practical learning points from their regional peers.

Webinar Session:

Banking in the Cloud: Creating New Frontiers in the Financial Services Sector
The once-widening gap between the BFSI industry and emerging technologies has been greatly narrowed following the global pandemic, and many industry leaders are exploring investments in various digital technologies. However, many BFSI institutions suffer from a legacy core banking system, which inhibits digital transformation within these organisations. The inability of core systems to be flexible in adapting the changes in digital channels, coupled with archaic and batch integration methods, hampers the growth of many BFSI institutions to serve their customers digitally. How can BFSI institutions navigate these challenges to successfully leverage the benefits of the latest Cloud technologies?

In this webinar session, you will learn more about:

  • Harnessing Cloud technologies to leapfrog competition, achieve a faster time-to-market, drive business performance and commercial value
  • Adopting the right solution architecture with a leading combination of Digital UX and Product Distribution for successful customer engagement
  • Navigating legacy limitations and regulatory challenges to successfully deploy Cloud in your system

Details:
  • Wednesday, 16 December 2020
  • 11am – 12nn (Singapore time)

Speaker:

Pradyut Vatsa, APAC Sales Lead, Temenos Cloud

Pradyut lives to question the norms set down before his time. A digital native, Pradyut leads the Temenos SaaS initiative in the APAC region. He started his career in software engineering at Tata Consultancy Services followed by sales stints at Oracle, Cognizant before joining Temenos. He lives and breathes cloud computing and having seen the first wave of disruption caused by cloud computing is determined to bring the second wave in the world of financial services. Pradyut joined Temenos last year and since then has worked with financial organisations of all shapes and sizes helping them chart a technology journey that will enable them to achieve their business objectives. He believes technology when used the right way is a true enabler and cloud has truly democratized technology to be available to organisations – big or small to achieve their vision both in the short and long-term.

Virtual Interactive Discussion Groups:

Banking in the Cloud: Creating New Frontiers in the Financial Services Sector

  • Harnessing Cloud technologies to leapfrog competition, achieve a faster time-to-market, drive business performance and commercial value
  • Adopting the right solution architecture with a leading combination of Digital UX and Product Distribution for successful customer engagement
  • Navigating legacy limitations and regulatory challenges to successfully deploy Cloud in your system
Details:
  • Wednesday, 16 December 2020
  • First round: 1pm – 2pm (Singapore time)
  • Second round: 2:30pm – 3:30pm (Singapore time)

Moderator:
Senior Representative, Temenos

How It Works:
Each roundtable discussion will have 5 – 6 BFSI industry leaders, led by 1 expert moderator. The intimate setting provides the opportunity for the leaders to engage in in-depth discussions around a particular challenge they are faced with. There will be a total of 2 rotations, each running for 1-hour.  

How To Register:
This event is exclusive and limited seats are available. Please contact Terence.wu@iqpc.com.sg directly for more information.