Consistent competitive pressures are forcing banks to look at new ways of gaining competitive advantage, often in the form of spending more finances and time in making sure their core banking systems are immaculate. Hence the need to gain better decision making skills to ensure resources are spent effectively in upgrading core banking systems.
The Core Banking Solutions Conference: 2014 and beyond is to be held in Johannesburg on 12-13 February 2014 at Focus Rooms, Sunninghill.
Lisa Nathanson, project manager at Trade Conferences International asserts that this two day event is set to define the ever changing posture of core banking solutions and unveil latest issues facing core banking professionals and emerging trends in core banking technologies.
Professionals aiming to address relevant and pressing issues at the conference within the core banking environment will delve into topics which include: evolving landscape of core banking transformation, core banking implementations: 10 things I wished I knew during the journey, methods to support core banking transition planning, case study: core banking transformation at Standard Bank, latest drives for investment in core banking technologies and important governance and compliance issues to consider in core banking systems.
Core Banking Transformation is one of the riskiest and most challenging programs any bank will ever embark on. It requires an organisation-wide commitment and mind-set shift to transform many aspects of your business, including your business architecture, processes, people and culture, data and technology.
To register for this event, contact project manager, on telephone number 011 8003 1553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For exhibition, sponsorship or media partnership deals please email marketing coordinator Sian Wirth email@example.com.