As banks embark on journeys of digital transformation, the efforts at many firms are too chaotic and slow moving to yield quick results. A banking development platform must be responsive to customer needs and the technologies that power it should be quick to update, low cost to maintain, secure by design, and easy to extend. But for many banks, customer-facing application projects are chronically over-budget, late to deliver, and hard to update. This status quo will not enable success as platform economics take hold.
As banks create their banking development platforms some firms will be disruptors, while others will be disrupted. Technology leaders will need to help define what role their firm will play and the tactics that drive their firm's digital platform strategy.

Join us to learn:

  • Economics of commercial, home-built, and open source platform technologies
  • Outcomes that firms are achieving as they execute their platform strategies
  • Benefits of digital banking platforms
  • Pitfalls to avoid

Key Speakers

Mike Sisk
Contributing Editor American Banker
Jeffrey S. Hammond
Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc.
Steve Demchuk
Chief Product Officer, Avoka