Celent Banking Innovation & Insight Day Roundup
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20 June 2011Jacob Jegher
Last Thursday, Celent hosted it's annual Banking Innovation & Insight Day. It's the first time we have held an event in Atlanta and were pleased by the fantastic turnout. We had a broad range of panel sessions and presentations, all following a common theme - banking innovation. Bank Systems & Technology wrote up a brief article describing the theme for the event. Bart Narter welcomed the group with a brief presentation and we then launched into a fascinating discussion on branch of the future moderated by Bob Meara. Bob's panelists from Extraco Banks and Kennebunk Savings Bank did a great job demonstrating to the audience why the branch is far from dead. Bank Systems & Technology wrote up an interesting article on the session. From there we switched into a series of sessions focused on mainstream, AKA electronic, channels. The audience was swept into online and mobile nirvana with sessions on the future of online banking (with panelists from ING Direct, Bank of Montreal, and BBVA Compass), payments innovation, and mobile banking (with panelists from Bank of The West, City National Bank, M&I Bank, and Bank of America). Last but certainly not least, awards were presented to the banks selected for our 2011 Model Bank initiative. Stay tuned on more about the model bank awards from Bob Meara. All presentations from the event are available for Celent clients to download on our web site. There were quite a number of tweeters in the room providing an event play by play. We invite you to review what folks had to say about the event on Twitter . If you would like to see a few photos from the event please visit our Flickr photostream.
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