As per Google and Boston Consulting Group, globally digital payments are expected to increase 3.3X to 4.2 $trillion by 2020, up from 1.2 $trillion in 2015. Digital payments which account for just 8% of retail payments currently is expected to jump to 18-24% by 2020.
There are no doubts that we are at the beginning of an exciting era of transformations in the digital banking space because there are many important trends around us that is fueling this shift. Examples - the increase in the number of smart phones and mobile internet usage, entry of non traditional/new players into the fintech space, more demanding customer base, enabling country/government regulations like the recent "demonetisation" exercise in India.
One thing that is a major concern in the minds of consumers, companies and agencies, and currently having a high potential to become the party spoiler is the topic of Cyber Security.
In this webinar we will cover the latest trends in security risks when it comes to digital banking, and how to mitigate them.
A must-attend for Security, IT and Product Dev leadership catering to the Banking, Insurance and Financial Services Industry.
1. Current Trends in Digital Banking
2. Typical Digital Banking Portfolio
3. Mobile Banking - Security Risks and Best Practices
4. API Banking - Security Risks and Best Practices
We’re living in historic times. Whether you want to call it digital disruption, digital transformation, digital evolution or digital darwinism, digital is hot but it’s also considered a threat. Everyone wants to 'go digital' but what does this really mean? Rarely has a word meant so much and yet been so ill-defined.
Over the course of this Marketing Week webinar, in association with Acquia, we will explore the recent history of digital and how it has shaped the landscape we live and work in today, through to what the analysts and consultancy firms are saying about how to position digital within your organisation.
You will learn:
• How to go about putting together a digital framework to help with your strategic guidance, as well as things to be aware of along the way.
• The importance of focusing on the customer and customer experience.
• Real world examples of creating and implementing more personalised customer experiences on digital platforms.
Overall, this webinar will help you turn digital from a threat (big bad wolf) into an opportunity (the fairy godmother effect).
Digital health brings a diverse range of growth opportunities for vendors across the value chain. As the space evolves we have experienced a multitude of stepwise successes and stellar failures, yet funding continues to flood the sector. Major moves continue to come into the industry from the broader vendor environment, underlining the importance of health in everyone’s lives and progressively in strategic interests of the C-Suite across the ecosystem. Join Frost & Sullivan in this webinar update showcasing different facets of the market, and learn why there’s something for everyone in digital health.Read more >
The industrial era, for all its benefits, has relied on humans behaving as process-driven machine components. That is changing as we enter the digital age. Organizations that recognize this reality and act will thrive, despite the unheralded uncertainty and volatility we are experiencing.
Join Ade McCormack, one of the leading Industry Digital Strategists as he makes the case for this hypothesis, and shares with you a framework for structuring your organization such that nature becomes your business partner. It will also highlight how business models, talent, leadership, culture and risk management are evolving.
By attending this webinar, you will:
•Understand the forces that are driving digital transformation.
•Appreciate the impact digital is having on business models, talent and leadership.
•Acquire a blueprint that will enable you to capitalize on this transition to the digital age.
Who should attend: Digital Technology Leaders, Application Development Leaders, IT and Business Process Professionals
Over the past decade, the adoption of digital solutions has increased significantly throughout the healthcare industry. This exceptionally strong growth trajectory is expected to continue into the foreseeable future as U.S. healthcare organizations transform to meet the demand for more efficient, clinically integrated and decentralized care systems that serve empowered, technologically-savvy consumers who strongly value convenience and personalization.Read more >
Learn how to improve your results from digital marketing by avoiding these common mistakesRead more >
70% of organizations say that efforts to transform the business are undermined by internal complexity, including legacy technologies and a lack of collaboration between the business and IT. Business functions can’t wait months for solutions, but IT leaders must to retain oversight to prevent digital projects from spiralling out of control.
Join this interactive webinar to hear how Takeda Pharmaceuticals has used a Digital Business Platform to rapidly build agile applications approved by IT, but owned and customized by the business teams that use them – unlocking benefits that would be attractive to any organization.
Sign up to get practical insights from how Takeda:
•Enabled the operational agility needed to digitally transform
•Rapidly digitized core processes including procurement
•Unlocked the potential for enterprise-wide cost savings
Importantly, you will have the chance to ask your questions about all of the above.
Interview in partnership with BrightTALK, The Stack and Cloud Industry Forum
In this interview Christopher Wroath, Director of Digital Transformation, NHS Education for Scotland, shares with us the lessons he has learned from his digital transformation experiences and how his current job is different from all the other ones he had in the past.
Among topics discussed:
- The story behind NHS digital transformation
- Differences between digital transformation in public and private sectors
- Triggers for digital transformation
- Stages of digital transformation
- Barriers to a successful digital transformation
- Culture need for digital transformation
About the speaker:
Christopher is a digital leader working in the Scottish NHS to transform a disparate and complex information landscape into a single unified environment putting individual members of the NHS and social care workforce at the centre of delivery. Defining and delivering the NHS Education for Scotland (NES) vision for a comprehensive digital transformation by implementing dynamic change through innovative and agile approaches to technical, cultural and organisational challenges by leading the design and in house build of the NES Digital Platform.
Kigger du dig også over ryggen? Du ved digital transformation kan ændre markedet, men hvis du selv opsøger forandring, så kan du vende forandring til din fordel. Denne session sætter fokus på digital transformation via inspirerende eksempler. Eksempelvis FK Distribution, som under mottoet, skab dialog med kunden eller dø, har gennemgået en imponerende digital forandring. Vi ser også på platformen som det stabile grundlag for agilitet. En session du kun kan blive inspireret til forandring af.Read more >
In this IDC FutureScape presentation, the IDC Worldwide Digital Transformation team discusses the key predictions that will impact CIOs and IT professionals in the worldwide digital transformation industry over the next one to three years. Senior IT leaders and line-of-business executives will come away with guidance for managing the implications these predictions harbor for their IT investment priorities and implementation strategies.
About IDC FutureScape
IDC FutureScape reports are used to shape enterprise IT strategy and planning by providing a basic framework for evaluating IT initiatives in terms of their value to business strategy now and in the foreseeable future. IDC's FutureScapes are comprised of a set of predictions designed to identify a range of pending issues that CIOs and senior technology professionals will confront within the typical three year business planning cycle. Each prediction is assessed on the basis of its complexity, organizational impact, and time frame to expected mainstream adoption.
User expectations are shifting faster than ever and yet are set higher than ever before. The software landscape is therefore evolving rapidly to deliver higher quality software at an ever-greater pace. Testing must be able to keep up and move away from a traditional Core IT approach. Shifting to an Adaptive IT model calls for a new practice that requires accelerated communication, collaboration, integration, measurement and automation.
Whether you label this as Digital Transformation or not, understanding the detail of this journey is an essential part of every organisation's journey to becoming a Digital Enterprise.
Together with Paul Gerrard, Jonathon Wright will define what Digital Transformation is, its complexity and its risks, what Digital Assurance is from the process angle and then they’ll look at how models are being at the heart of testing, creating an essential ’blueprint’ for test design.
How do we build trust between the consumer, the brand, and the companies that fuel the advertising backend? This video takes a look at privacy concerns, regulations, policy trends, and best practices for building consumer trust in digital advertising.Read more >
Digital business isn’t just a fad. Digital business is now
just business. And it has created a whole new level of expectations among your customers, prospects and new competition in your industry. Your organisation’s success will be determined based on your ability to deliver more personalised digital experiences that meet customer expectations in the moment, as well as your ability to move quickly to combat digital savvy competitors trying to push you aside.
In this Marketing Week webinar, in association with Acquia, we will help you stay ahead and not fall behind in a world of digital disruption that’s changing faster than many can keep up with. We’ll talk about:
- How to stay ahead of digital disruption, and customers’ changing demands, by blending the right combination of digital experience technology and organisational strategy
- How personalisation, new modes of interaction like voice-based interaction (Amazon Echo), digital screens and signage, and other digital channels are expanding the definition of digital experience success
- Describe common internal organisational barriers that cause you to fall behind and prevent you from moving quickly to stay ahead of the market and your stakeholders
- Address how a flexible digital experience platform can help Business and IT to work together and provide a strong foundation for whatever comes next in a fast-changing, digital-first world
In the Media and Entertainment industry, organizations that can store and access all digital video at every step in the production process have a significant competitive advantage which can result in new revenue streams. In this webinar, Richie Murray, President and Founder of Bridge Digital (a solutions integrator specializing in helping M&E companies create, distribute and monetize their video assets more efficiently), and Tony Barbagallo, VP of Product for Caringo (a massively scalable storage, delivery and management platform designed specifically for content), will discuss how to leverage secure secondary storage without disruption to existing digital video workflows. Topics covered include:
- Definition of “secure secondary storage” and how current offerings differ from traditional archive solutions
- How secondary storage can help optimize pre-edit, edit and post processes
- How to seamlessly plug secure secondary storage into video workflows
- A demo on optimizing Avid shared storage with Marquis Project Parking through automated transfer to/from the Caringo platform
How do we compose our digital building blocks to align to our value chain. Yet accommodate the volatilities of disruption and growth agendas. Understanding the underlying behaviour and technologies allows us to realise what is moving and what is not.
This webinar is targeted at Technology leaders looking to prepare capability to support digital transformations and strategic road maps.
Andrew Bird: Chief Digital Officer & EA Visionary
IT is now seen as an increasingly strategic function within the business, and pivotal to organisational attempts to embrace digital transformation and customer experience initiatives. But there are many challenges and barriers that can get in the way of the CIO who wishes to drive through change.
To explore this in more detail, Adobe and Econsultancy surveyed over 500 IT leaders as part of its Digital Trends report series. This study aims to shine a light on the priorities and pain points that these professionals are facing, and the initiatives they are pushing forward to deliver immediate value to the business and long-term innovation.
This webinar will reveal these key findings and provide actionable tips for IT leaders to implement, with attendees also receiving a complimentary copy of the 2017 Digital Trends in IT report.
The Insurance industry is risk averse by its very nature. However, with a 10x increase in Insurance technology investment between 2010-2015, is the industry about to push through its own digital revolution?
Join Tony Cassin-Scott, Insurance Data, Digital and IT Strategist, and Jerome Bugnet, Insurance API Specialist, MuleSoft, on December 14 at 10am (GMT) for a live webinar as they discuss how the world’s most progressive insurers are embracing digital transformation and APIs (Application Program Interface) to build and deploy industry-specific software applications, and how this compares against their peers in other industries.
Phil Kemelor - digital analytics executive and thought leader and digital governance strategist Lisa Welchman, discuss how decisions driven by the intersection of analytics and digital governance can drive tangible improvements to your online channel initiatives.
• How to use digital analytics for evaluating the overall health of your online program's customer experience, channel optimization, marketing and product development initiatives.
• What elements of digital governance practice create strong digital analytics programs.
• Audience Q&A
Digital transformation is the process of using today’s technology to modernize outdated processes and meet the most pressing needs of your business.
Thanks to recent advances in lower cost tablet technology and Microsoft’s suite of cloud and productivity services, complete digital transformation is more accessible now than ever before. A new class of affordable devices is revolutionizing the way businesses and their employees work and interact with customers.
Sign up now to:
•Engage your customers
•Empower your employees
•Optimize your operations
•Transform your products