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The rapid emergence of new channels has put self-service at the top of the agenda for banks across the globe. But in such a fast-moving market, and with significant regional variances, it can be difficult to identify the factors that will have the greatest impact on implementation success.

Join our live Webcast on Tuesday, 12 March to hear Michael Araneta, Consulting and Research Director at IDC Financial Insights and Salil Ravindran, Solution Lead - Digital Channels Financial Services Global Business Unit, Oracle provide expert insight into what is really happening in self-service banking across APAC, including:

  • The motives of leading banks in pursuing self-service banking with exclusive access to Asia Pacific
  • How digital banking services will evolve in 2013 and 2014
  • The strategic importance of mobile services in corporate banking
  • What self-service functionality customers actually want
  • Best practices for minimising implementation risk and maximising ROI
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the competitive advantage you can gain by delivering enhanced, integrated self-service banking.

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Your Guide to the Forces Shaping the New World of Self-Service Banking in Asia Pacific

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

3:00 p.m. Singapore
5:30 p.m. India
11:00 p.m. Sydney

All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the new IDC Financial Insights Executive Brief
A Reality Check: Self-Service Banking in the World’s Leading Banks

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