Fintechs: Architecting Your Data Ecosystem for Real Time Analytics - NA / EMEA

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Lalit Ahuja - GridGain, Venkatraman S. - Tata Consultancy Services, Ashley Jeffs - Fifth Logic

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According to a recent S&P Global Fintech survey, key 2024 trends – including cybersecurity, AI, open banking, and real-time payments – are driving Fintechs to evolve their data architectures to meet the explosive demand for real-time data processing and analytics. You are invited to join Lalit Ahuja – Chief Technology Officer at GridGain, Venkatraman S. – Enterprise Architect at Tata Consultancy Services, and Ashley Jeffs – Chief Technology Officer at Fifth Logic for an in-depth look at how Fintechs are modernizing their data architectures to meet these needs. Register now to: • discuss architecture strategies that deliver ultra-low latency data processing and analytics, at scale • learn the details of Fintech implementations of real-time data architectures • watch a live demo of a deployed real-time data architecture in-action Don't miss this live event!
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