Join Bob Meara, senior analyst with Celent’s Banking practice, and Kambiz Asrar Haghighi, INETCO's VP of Product Management, for a 45 minute webinar to learn how to tap into your existing transaction data and access the rich customer analytics you need to drive banking engagement, adopt data-driven banking strategies, and speed up your profitability reporting cycles.
According to a recent Celent study, “62% of financial institutions strongly believe that customer analytics offers significant competitive advantages and 53% strongly feel they need a granular, holistic and forward-looking view of customers to be competitive." - Bob Meara, Senior Analyst, Celent’s Banking practice.
Key webinar takeaways:
* How transaction data plays a key role in helping you understand the customer experience
* How to move from Big Data talk to Big Data action with customer analytics
* Live data use case demonstration of the new INETCO Analytics for ATM solutions pack
All those who register for the webinar will receive a copy of its recording as well the corresponding whitepaper: Improving Banking Engagement with Customer Analytics
Short interview with Eva Eisenschimmel from Lloyds Banking GroupRead more >
BECU discusses internal process improvements experienced with the INETCO Analytics self-serve analytics software. Learn how on-demand access to rich customer transaction data improves ATM placement, cash utilization and consumer banking engagement.Read more >
There is much debate on fintech startups disrupting the traditional banking sector. What gives fintech companies the edge over traditional banks and how can they focus their business to do more of it? Join our panelists as they discuss the technology and processes that set fintech startups apart and how these companies can add value to the traditional/challenger banking ecosystem.Read more >
Big data centric businesses in financial services have begun realising the benefits of leveraging data science in areas not only in risk, fraud, compliance and 360 view of customer but also,digital transformation in retail banking, improved trading strategies in capital marketing. In this webinar we will discuss all of these and deep dive into popular financial services centric applications for data science.Read more >
In this session, SAP Banking Global Solution team will provide a technical briefing on designing solutions for Financial Services on HANA Cloud Platform. This webinar will provide a deep-dive into HANA Cloud Platform capabilities, approach to building extensions and HANA cloud integration services. The use case for this session is on “Cloud For Customer”, a cloud CRM capability that is revolutionising customer engagement on Hana cloud platform.
Overview of HANA Cloud Architecture layers
Cloud for Customer: Overview of Services
Review of approach for building extensions on HCP
Building Integration based on HANA Cloud Integration
Demonstration of the use case on HCP
Geaorge Asgari, Architecture & Technology Strategy, SAP IBU Banking
Helmut Grimm, Sales Manager SME Banking - Line of Business Financal Services
Three mobile apps that can help you win the battle for customer mindshare?
Mobile is the new battleground for consumer mind share across many Industries. Although business and IT are aligned on what they think is important research shows it often isn’t what end users value.
Worse yet, when an app disappoints, 65% of users won’t buy your other products.
As mobile app developers look to increase mobile engagement, they must be focused on the right things – enabling the mobile moment that influences action at the right time, in context.
Join IBM industry and technical experts for this Slashdot TechByte webcast series where you will:
•Learn the latest innovations that mobile offers in retail, banking and healthcare
•See innovative apps in action and learn how to use the capabilities that make them unique
•Discover how to use IBM MobileFirst Platform capabilities to make good apps great
Don’t hesitate, register now for this complimentary event series to learn how to gain the mindshare your apps deserve.
•Part 3: Differentiate and Win: Mobile Banking Apps with Analytics that Guide Decision Making:
See how to use cloud-based analytics from Watson to provide immediate and contextually relevant guidance for financial planning in a small business environment.
Driven by customer behavior and technological disruption, banking and financial services will change more in the next 10 years than it did in the last 100. Mobility is shifting from being an option to being a basic of customer acquisition and a cornerstone of customer relationships.
Brett King, Author of "Bank 3.0" and radio host of "Breaking Banks", discusses the new rules of engagement: Advocacy, Behavior, and Context; and why burgeoning FinTech should be considered both the consumers and the banks biggest ally.
This briefing will discuss financial benchmarking in the investment banking industry and provide an outlook for 2014.
Why you should attend:
- Understand financial performance of investment banks in different regions of the globe
- Discover financial performance by revenue range/size of the investment banks
- Explore opportunities and identify investment banks that are excelling in a challenging environment
- Identify top performers and opportunities for investment
- Gain an outlook for 2014
Banking is a most unusual industry. It is not quite a utility like gas or water, nor is quite like a free market product like computers or clothes. It has many elements of both. Competition is necessary, but not sufficient, to deliver the best possible outcomes in social, environmental, or economic terms.
As the provider of credit and payment services, the retail banking industry is the operating system of the economy – it shapes the economy and if it crashes, the economy crashes with it. The private and public interest elements of banking remain blurred. Risk and rewards remain misaligned. The social purpose of banking is ill defined. What is it and how can we ensure it is delivered?
Tony leads the programme of research into reforming the financial sector and aligning the interests of society and business. In addition to the programme areas of banking reform, monetary policy, community currencies and sustainable financial markets, he has research interests in local and regional development, and postgrowth economics. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1996, he worked as an investment banker at Barclays and Credit Suisse where he raised equity finance for UK companies.
Strengthening accountability in banking introduces a new regulatory framework. How ready is your organisation?Read more >
Societal and technological changes are altering the way consumers interact with their bank. This in turn will shape the branch network of the future, both in terms of where branches will be located and their purpose/format. However, the impact of this change is not happening at the same rate across the UK and does vary according to local demographics.
Ian will demonstrate that the best way to optimise your branch network by 2020 is to make sure you take these local considerations into account: the best national picture is actually the sum of all the local situations.
This webcast covers how to perform banking and reconciling in QuickBooks Online. You will learn how to connect to a bank or credit card account; import data; match or add banking transactions to your register; and reconcile your bank or credit card account.Read more >
Disruptive changes in the Retail Banking industry have forced executives to rethink age-old business models in order to survive the rapidly changing environment. Customer experience is a strategic lever that you must know how to operate to be successful. But what can you do right now?
Learn how other executives using customer experience and the call center to beat the mounting pressures to do more with less. In this webinar, you will learn:
- What you're missing in your vision of banking channels
- Why a tight focus on mobile might undermine your customer experience strategy
- What your peers say about the role of the contact center in the future
In a competitive landscape that favours the fastest and the smartest, financial services firms that invest in building sophisticated insight and predictive analytics will be better positioned to emerge as market leaders.
Hear from three of Asia'a most forward thinking banks in how they employ innovation and data-led insights to::
• Attract and retain customers
• Develop new sources of revenue
• Streamline operations
• Proactively address risk and regulatory requirements
Big data technologies are definitely disrupting traditional industries helping innovate, generate new insight and revenue streams. As Apache Hadoop’s ability to economically store large volumes of structured, unstructured or semi-structured data, organizations specifically in the retail-banking sector are now able to be more predictive and insightful towards consumers. As engagement across digital channels such as mobile, web at its peak, opportunities arise for the retail banking sector looking to capitalize on this shift. Join this webinar as we discussed the trends that are disrupting the retail banking sector and dive deep into the technologies fuelling this shift.Read more >
According to a report by Deloitte, “RegTech companies typically have four characteristics: agility, speed, integration and analytics.” Aside from helping senior managers to use existing data for regulatory reporting and compliance tasks, many have praised RegTech for its automation benefits.
Attend this panel session to hear an interactive discussion on:
-How IT departments can wean themselves from legacy systems and techniques in favour of newer technologies
-How to seamlessly transition your organisation’s compliance system
-How RegTech can help with data collection, management, and analysis to cut costs and time
-Top tips for organisations needing to make fast changes to comply with new regulations