Celent Roundtable | Key Issues for Banking Technology Vendors: AI; Omnichannel; and Partnering Effectively with Banks
20 March 2018
8:30 a.m. Atlanta, United States
Join us for Celent’s first ever Peer Networking Event geared to service providers in the banking technology space. We’ll be covering three hot topics – AI, Omnichannel, and Bank Partnering – in a lively and interactive forum designed to let you hear Celent’s perspectives, and also hear from each other. The Atlanta financial technology sector is vibrant, and while many firms compete with each other, they’re more frequently finding themselves having to cooperate as well. We’ve all heard the hype about AI and Omnichannel – what’s really going on with banks, and how can partners help them? And banks have traditionally not made the greatest partners – what can you do to make the relationship smoother and more mutually beneficial?
Limited to a select number of service providers, this intimate event will provide an opportunity for you to network with your peers and connect with analysts from Celent, a leading technology analyst firm focused on financial services. Dan Latimore, the leader of Celent’s banking practice; Bob Meara, a Senior Analyst focusing on omnichannel and branch delivery; and Joan McGowan, a Senior Analyst covering risk and vendor management, will facilitate a morning-long program devoted to today’s most pressing strategic technology issues.
This exclusive, invitation only event is part of a series of targeted roundtables offered by Celent's Corporate and Business Banking Practice. Capitalizing on Celent’s position as thought leader, these private, closed-door sessions provide a confidential environment to allow participants to engage openly.
Pre-registration is required. To attend, or if you have any questions, please contact Bretagne Heither at email@example.com.
Corporate Banking, Retail Banking
Briefing / Round table