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  • As more customers see omnichannel as the norm, retailers need to be able to integrate the offline and online shopping experience. Openbravo Commerce Suite offers off-the-shelf integration with leading e-commerce platforms so making it easy to integrate product and customer data, orders and delivery information across all channels.

    What Will You Learn?
    - In this webinar we will demonstrate the fundamental features of the Openbravo Commerce Suite integration with Magento, a leading open-source e-tailing platform. In addition, we will show how retailers can easily implement omnichannel strategies by leveraging the tight integration features to gain enterprise-wide visibility of product, stock and customer data, orders and delivery information.

    Who Should Attend?
    - Roles with business responsibility in business processes in the Retail industry, for instance, Marketers, Store Managers, CIOs, CMOs, Merchandise Managers, etc.
  • Deep, reliable, global data is vital for making sure that your suppliers do business in the ethical way that you know business should be done. Learn more about Dun & Bradstreet's focus on Responsible Business Analytics, starting with the new Human Trafficking Risk index.
  • There has been much demand from the US financial services industry for a Cayman Islands LLC and the establishment of this product solidifies the Cayman Islands' commitment to providing sponsors, promoters and investors with flexible, commercial solutions.

    The Cayman Islands LLC will be very similar to a Delaware limited liability company with some subtle differences that make it an attractive investment fund or structuring vehicle.

    This webinar will provide:
    • a practical overview of the Cayman LLC regime;
    • a useful comparison to the current Delaware LLC law; and
    • tangible tax benefits investors can expect as result of this new product.

    Presented by: Melissa Lim, Walkers; Len Lipton, GlobeTax; and Nick Pettifer, IFLR
  • Policy is the corner stone of any risk-based security programme. Policies are put in place not only to govern the way organisations operate, but also to mitigate risks, and as such require board level backing and sign-off. Yet when it comes to security programmes information risk, both internally and externally, is often presented in terms un-meaningful to the board of directors. Using real world example, this session will present a model for effective risk-based security that engages senior executives.
  • The digital and physical selling environments are converging fast in the apparel and footwear sectors. As more customers see omnichannel as the norm, retailers need to leverage new technology to address customers' heightened expectations if they do not want to risk losing sales and their most profitable customers.

    What Will You Learn?
    - In this webinar we highlight some of the trends accelerating change in the apparel and footwear sectors, and explain how existing multichannel strategies and legacy technologies struggle to adapt to today's more dynamic and complex retailing environment. We describe how an omnichannel approach can help apparel and footwear retailers address the unique challenges facing their businesses.

    Who Should Attend?
    - Roles with business responsibility in business processes in the Retail industry, for instance, Marketers, Store Managers, CIOs, CMOs, Merchandise Managers, etc.

    When Will The Webinar Take Place?
    - Thursday 5th May 2016 at 11:30 am CEST
  • The pursuit of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) benefits leads, too often, in a procurement and implementation process take too long, the software costs too much and the tools often under-deliver. Often, organizations fail to define business requirements for DCIM and evaluate options in a holistic and consistent framework. This webinar can help provide insight into why those outcomes occur and how to avoid.
  • The UK government recently published a consultation paper outlining plans to make London a hub for insurance linked securities transactions. But what are these transactions? And what effect will these proposals have?

    Featuring presentations from leading Hogan Lovells practitioners, as well as representatives from HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs (see below), this webinar will provide an overview of insurance linked securities transactions, including how they are used and why. It will take a look at the government consultation paper and discuss how the proposals might interact with both EU capital markets regulation and EU insurance regulation.

    The session will also examine insurance linked securities in the US, from both a regulatory and transactional perspective, to see what insights the UK might glean from a more developed market.

    We are especially pleased to announce that the Hogan Lovells presenters will be joined by Lee O'Rourke, head of the insurance linked securities project at HM Treasury and John Stokes, policy & technical adviser at HM Revenue & Customs, who will offer a unique insight into the government's proposals.

    Danielle Myles, editor, IFLR
    Lee O'Rouke, head of insurance linked securities project, HM Treasury
    John Stokes, policy & technical adviser, HM Revenue & Customs
    Steven McEwan, partner, Hogan Lovells (London)
    James Doyle, partner, Hogan Lovells (London)
    Tauhid Ijaz, partner, Hogan Lovells (London)
    Rob Ripin, partner, Hogan Lovells (New York)
    Peter Humphreys, partner, Hogan Lovells (New York)
    Therese Goldsmith, partner, Hogan Lovells (Baltimore)
  • In this installment of Collection Tips in 10 minutes we focus on the importance of good customer service. We detail tips for diffusing customer conflict as well. Please view the previous installments in this series for additional tips and tactics to make your office run better!
  • Reward programs are a highly effective way to attract new customers, build better relationships with your existing ones and increase customer lifetime value. In this hands-on demo, Elena Martínez, Retail Specialist at Openbravo, will show you how to engage and motivate your customers with a loyalty program integrated into your retail solution, and we will demonstrate different techniques to increase loyalty among your customers.

    What Will You Learn?
    - How to create a Loyalty Program and reward your customers based on their purchases.
    - Effective ways to create different rewards like gift cards, gift vouchers, customer management and special discount and promotions.

    Who Should Attend?
    - Roles with business responsibility in processes regarding loyalty programs in the Retail industry, for instance, Marketers, Store Managers, CIOs, CMOs, Merchandise Managers, etc.
  • This session will address certain issues arising from Title VII of Dodd-Frank and the ongoing regulation of the derivatives markets in the U.S. and elsewhere. We will cover:

    •the “common approach” of the US and the EU with respect to central counterparties;
    •the prudential regulators’ and CFTC’s final margin rules for uncleared swaps;
    •the CFTC, SEC and prudential regulator rules and guidance relating to the cross-border application of the requirements of Title VII of Dodd-Frank, including for margin.
    •the challenges that lie ahead in relation to cross-border harmonisation.
  • Join Experis for a complimentary, virtual panel webinar focused on the current information security talent climate and steps organizations can take to better protect themselves.

    It is no longer a question of whether a security breach will happen, it’s a question of “when” and “how much”. In this engaging webinar, host and moderator Jill Harlamert, Vice President of Experis Project Solutions, will engage panelists in discussion on key topics related to protecting your organization in a talent-scarce market.

    Our featured panelists:
    Debra Banning, Vice President, Experis Information Security Practice
    Christopher Davis, Ph.D., Interim Provost & Vice President, Western International University
    ​Scott Frost, Chief Information Security Officer, Belk
    ​Steven Jarboe, Senior Manager, Accenture Federal Systems

    After this hour-long virtual panel discussion, you'll walk away with:

    • The latest expert perspectives on information security talent today
    • Short-term steps to better protect your organization
    • Long-term solutions needed to address information security talent shortages

    This event qualifies for 1 CPE credit. No advanced preparation or prerequisites are needed to attend this live session. This event applies to the Management Advisory Services field of study.

    Experis is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

    Should this course need to be cancelled or rescheduled by Experis, a 24-hour notice will be provided. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, contact Learning & Development at 414-319-3400.
  • The confluence of sophisticated cyber criminals, white hats and technological change means organisations are increasingly exposed to weaknesses and vulnerabilities in their networks, devices and applications.

    With a combination of expert security commentary and vulnerability trends, SureCloud will reveal the sophisticated nature of the latest attacks and what the future may hold. We will focus on modern exploits that go beyond the typical network and web application attack vectors.

    SureCloud will describe how organisations need to change their attitudes to security testing, considering the frequency and scope of assessments, and act on results in a timelier manner.
  • Rishi Dave, CMO of Dun & Bradstreet, shows how marketers achieve remarkable results through Account Based Marketing (ABM). Account Based Marketing techniques upset the concept of “generic” relationship development. Instead, collaborative sales and marketing that’s “data inspired” strengthens the creation of personalised experiences delivered through the content supply chain. In fact, a study conducted by a well-known analyst group found that companies using D&B data manage campaigns 46% more effectively, close deals 29% more effectively, and generate 10% more revenue.
  • Cloud computing has become an attractive option for Tier-1 and Tier-2 retailers that not only aim to cut IT costs, but also focus on achieving higher agility to meet core business goals, while staying competitive and profitable. As a result, Cloud adoption is rapidly gaining ground even for critical systems like the point of sale solution.

    In this webinar, Sergio Martínez, Sales & Alliances Director at Walhalla Datacenter Services, and Xavier Places, Product Marketing Director at Openbravo, will review the main advantages of adopting Cloud in your retail business and how it can improve internal processes, offer smoother customer experiences and scalability to meet industry demands.

    What Will You Learn?
    - Key forces impacting the adoption of cloud-based retail management systems positively.
    - Benefits in areas like pricing and promotions, supply chain or IT management impacting your customer experience.
    - 7 cloud computing myths and realities about its costs (vs on-premise), legal aspects about data and disaster recovery strategies.
    - What Openbravo Commerce Cloud is and the value it provides for retailers seeking a flexible retail management solution in the cloud.

    Who Should Attend?
    - Roles with business responsibility in processes regarding the shopping experience, for instance, CIO, CMO, VP of Stores, VP of Supply Chain, etc.
  • Traditional methods of identity verification are contributing to lengthy and expensive KYC and onboarding processes. Technological advances, regulatory requirements and business necessity are leading organisations to a point where they have to rethink the way identity works.

    With so many financial services institutions embracing digital, the big challenge is bringing together information about each client, from multiple systems, to create one accurate client identity. Achieving this, while demonstrating robust and compliant KYC capabilities, is causing costs to spiral.

    In this exclusive webinar Jodie Paula Cohen, producer of the acclaimed Identity & KYC conference, catches up with leading Identity expert Rob Laurence, Director of Innovate Identity, to gain some practical insights into how these challenges can be tackled.

    Questions will include:

    1) How close are we to being able to access digital information about identity in a consumable and trusted way, across industries?

    2) Which technologies should organisations be looking into, to support their identity and KYC processes?

    3) Is the blockchain a complete solution for improved identity verification, or just part of a wider solution?

    4) How can institutions ensure a user-friendly and compliant KYC and onboarding process?

    5) What are the challenges and benefits of putting in place a ‘financial services passport’?
  • The new Electronic ID and Trust Services (eIDAS) regulation that takes effect in July will be a significant step forward for e-signature adoption in Europe. eIDAS promises to make trusted communications easier in Europe and remove the previous hurdles to cross-border recognition of e-identities and e-signatures. This webcast will provide an overview of the new regulation and its impact on companies doing business electronically. They will answer common questions such as, “can I use an e-signature to create a legally binding contract in my country?” and “do I have to use a Qualified E-Signature?”

    Speakers will also discuss:
    - The ABCs of e-signatures, digital signatures and qualified certificates
    - Differences between an Advanced E-Signature and Qualified E-Signature under eIDAS
    - How and when Trusted Service Providers play a role in the changing landscape
    - Best legal practices regarding which types of documents and processes are ideal for e-signatures
    - How to meet e-signature requirements as defined in the regulation
    - How eSignLive complies with eIDAS for each e-signature type

    • Lorna Brazell, IP lawyer at international law firm Osborne Clarke
    • Michael Laurie, VP product strategy at eSignLive by VASCO
  • The arrival of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and associated increased legislation in the area of Healthcare Debt Collection has made the job of Healthcare Revenue Cycle Professionals more challenging than ever before.

    Listen as IC System's Vice President of Healthcare discusses these issues in detail, and shares tips and tactics to help insure that your Healthcare Business Office stays efficient, effective and compliant.
  • Public companies face increasing pressure from activists, institutional investors and proxy advisors on a wide range of corporate governance issues. This pressure has led to an increased need for a comprehensive approach to shareholder engagement.

    This IFLR and Morrison & Foerster webinar will focus on proxy access, say-on-pay, shareholder proposals, shareholder activism, shareholder engagement, and other evolving corporate governance issues.

    David Lynn, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
    Scott Lesmes, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
    Derek Zaba, Principal, CamberView Partners
    Rob Zivnuska, Principal, CamberView Partners
  • Can Artificial Intelligence technology actually profit your business? Data visualizations and dashboards seem to be all the rage in financial reporting. But with headlines such as the ‘Robots are Coming’, it’s time to think differently about the way we use data and ask how can the robots help us? Businesses today have the tools to collect and present their data, but what’s still missing is the ability for the data to answer our questions directly, not via a dashboard where we still have to work out the meaning for ourselves. In this webinar we’ll discuss:

    •How AI can take you beyond the dashboards and let your data explain in words what’s going on.
    •How to embody your experts' knowledge in software, and automate it.
    •How AI can profit your business using NLG technology to automate reports such as FP&A reporting and loan credit reporting.
  • Digital technology has already disrupted many industries, and today it is the wealth and asset management space that stands on the cusp of a digital revolution. Consumer demand, increasing competition from new market entrants and regulatory pressures are driving the speed at which technology is being adopted within these sectors.
    Capacity constraints, cultural barriers and concerns over data insecurity have hampered the adoption of digital technology so far; but the tide is now turning....

    Jodie Paula Cohen, producer of the acclaimed Digital Technology in Wealth & Asset Management conference, catches up with leading researcher and analyst Amin Rajan to gain some insights into how the industry may evolve and where advantages will be gained:

    Questions will include:

    - What do you perceive as the most important drivers of digitisation in the wealth and asset management space today?

    - How do you see these drivers playing out over the next 12 months?
    Which activities in the value chain are most susceptible to digitisation, and which areas should managers focus on?

    - What are the key challenges that firms need to overcome when putting in place a digital strategy?

    - How are new market entrants shaping the evolution of the sector?

    - How are clients responding to digital technology? What are their main concerns and demands?
  • The financial crisis saw a large number of firms suffer huge losses through a manual and disjointed approach to approving credit. Fast-forward to 2016, and things have shifted substantially. Government regulatory changes have demanded innovation – and marketplace lenders have risen to the challenge by using predictive modeling, data aggregation, and electronic payment technology to assess the financial health of consumers and small businesses.

    But these innovations don’t just help with compliance; new lending tech dramatically improves the customer experience by demonstrating that a lender truly understands the consumer’s credit needs. To this end, the industry is moving toward developing a single, unified view of the consumer – incorporating personal, transactional, application, and product-selection data collected from financial institutions – and using this data to perform rich analytics and needs assessment for borrowers. So armed, new-age lenders can leverage this alternative data to cross-sell other credit products at key decision points during the loan-application process – a win-win for both borrowers and lenders.

    In this webinar you'll:

    * Learn the trends driving change in marketplace lending and credit risk management

    * Build more accurate predictive ratings models based on alternative data sets

    * Get insight into the future of marketplace lending and credit risk management

    * Scott Crawford, VP of Product and Marketing, Ascend Consumer Financial
    * Krishna Venkatraman, SVP of Data and Analytics, OnDeck
    * Terrence McKeown, Practice Manager, Credit Analytics, Envestnet | Yodlee
    * Evan Schuman, Moderator, VentureBeat

    Join us on February 24th at 10 am PT/1 pm ET for an animated discussion on the trends driving change in lending and credit risk management. Learn how to leverage new technologies and data analytics to improve credit decisions, collections, and portfolio management.
  • Please join Experis Finance for the second session of our revenue recognition webinar series titled, “Revenue from Contracts with Customers – Developing an Implementation Strategy” where we will be presenting:

    • an illustrative roadmap for implementation
    • example templates used in an initial implementation assessment
    • the challenges and obstacles in implementing the new standard
    • certain industry-specific considerations that could impact your implementation strategy.
  • The JOBS Act and more recently the FAST Act have brought about a number of changes to the framework governing offerings exempt from SEC registration. More and more US and non-US companies are choosing to rely on securities offerings that are exempt from the US registration requirements. In part as a result of these and other changes, there are now more sources of private capital and “restricted securities” have become more liquid. As a result, many more promising companies are choosing to defer their IPOs and rely on exempt offerings to fund their growth. We will discuss the following:

    How the JOBS Act has affected private placements;
    Late-stage private placements;
    The Regulation A market;
    The final crowdfunding regulations;
    Other exempt offering developments, such as intrastate offering changes; and
    Resales of restricted securities through private secondary market transactions as well as reliance on new Section 4(a)(7).
  • Good customer service needs to be supported by next generation point-of-sale that empowers employees with stock visibility, customer information, rich product search or mobile capabilities. During this webinar, Elena Martínez, Retail Specialist at Openbravo, will show you all these capabilities through a hands-on demonstration of the Openbravo Commerce Suite latest release, which helps retailers enhance the in-store customer experience.

    What Will You Learn?
    - How our latest Store Solution features deliver speed and convenience.
    - Operations that do not require having to change the user interface for their complete in-store management.
    - Cross-store stock visibility considering reservations.
    - Fraud prevention enhancements.
    - ... and other useful features requested by the audience.

    Who Should Attend?
    - Retail Marketers
    - Retail Business Areas Directors
    - Retail CIOs
    - Retail IT Administrators
    - Retail Consultants
  • In this Tips in 10 Minutes we examine:
    * Collection timetables with internal and external efforts
    * Tiering & Scoring of accounts. Factors that determine work effort/prioritization
    * Skiptracing
    * Letters & email
    * Credit reporting
    * Calls
    * Legal options
  • Dell Cloud Services and NTT Communications are providing a managed private cloud based data analytics solution to a large insurer based on a Hadoop data platform for data storage. The 24x7 service allows the business to quickly and accurately analyse large amounts of data thereby improving its customer response time. Len Padilla, Vice President, Product Strategy at NTT Communications and Nick Hyner, EMEA Cloud Services Director will discuss this innovative Insurance Project in more detail

    You will learn:

    -How Dell has enabled a large insurer to provide faster data analysis capabilities using Cloud based service
    -How a Multi-vendor cloud based platform drives efficiencies across the organization
    -How by accessing data in real-time such as customer demographics and past claim history, insurers are able to provide more accurate, timely policy quotes and can quickly reacting to their competitors’ movements.
  • Three years of Uptime Institute Survey Data illustrate the organizational shift in IT Infrastructure Efficiency Prioritization and Accountability. There are new faces at the IT table. And one of them is sustainability. Two years ago, a place at the table for sustainability would have been provocative, and perhaps evoked derision. In 2015, less than a tenth of enterprise IT stakeholders had confidence in corporate sustainability to affect IT efficiency and costs. One short year later, 2016 is a vastly different matter and the data suggests that the time of corporate sustainability in IT is here now: 70% of enterprise IT organizations actively participate in corporate sustainability efforts. Join us as we reveal additional insights from our Efficient IT research.
  • Conventional wisdom blames “human error” for the majority of data center outages: operator mistakes. The responsibility falls to the operator for failing to rescue a situation. But failure in most cases, can be attributed to poor management decisions (design compromises, budget cuts, staff reductions, vendor selection, a lack of appropriate procedures and resources) disconnected from the incident. What decisions led to a situation where front line operators were unprepared or untrained to respond to an incident and mishandled it?

    In this session you will learn about:
    •What causes data center outages
    •Management and Operations Deficiencies
    •A management framework to address behaviors and risks—independent of design