Application to attend FSI Transformation Assembly taking place September 14-15, 2017 at Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, FL is now open.
Join experts from North America’s major financial services and insurance organizations like Keynote Speaker Scott Dillon, EVP, CTO and Head of Technology Infrastructure Services at Wells Fargo and Company. Scott will be providing unique insight into how his team provides availability, security, and global interconnectivity for the more than 70 million customers who interact 12 billion times a year in person through the company’s 9,000 stores and 12,000 ATMs, on the phone, or online at www.wellsfargo.com.
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C-level IT leaders in the financial services and insurance sectors are dealing with many challenges as digital transformation becomes an imperative. Understanding not only the convergence of Mobile, Social, and Cloud but also the possible implications of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Blockchain is vital to stay ahead of the competition.
With digital enhancement comes a massive explosion in data, which is creating unprecedented manageability issues for firms around the world that can be linked to the following factors: expanding customer touch points, emerging types of structured and unstructured data, new customer engagement and social media platforms, rising data security, and controlling the overall data volume.
This is not just another “Financial Services” event. Spaces are reserved for the best in the business. Apply to attend here!
PAST FSI TRANSFORMATION ASSEMBLY ATTENDEES INCLUDE:
Ally Financial CIO
Credit Suisse Managing Director and Technology Controller
Fannie Mae SVP & CIO
HSBC SEVP & COO
MasterCard President, Global Technology & Operations
Morgan Stanley MD & CIO
PwC Vice Chair, Global Chief Information Officer
US Bank EVP & CTO
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