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Live Webcast: IBS Intelligence on building banking agility - Sponsored by Oracle

Faced with the need to improve agility and differentiation in a challenging marketplace, transforming core systems is back at the top of many bank’s agendas. But transformation is a huge undertaking, and realising its benefits – including accelerated product and service delivery, reduced risk and enhanced capacity for growth – means getting it right first time.

Join this Live Webcast on Wednesday, 20 March 2013 and see Martin Whybrow, Editor In Chief at IBS Intelligence and Anuja Goyal, Director, Sales Consulting - Japan and Asia Pacific Oracle Financial Services Global Business Unit, discuss transformation objectives, pitfalls and best practices, exploring four key areas of concern for banks worldwide:

  • Building agility: to accelerate delivery of new products and services
  • Improving decision making: to minimise risk and enhance liquidity management
  • Driving differentiation: to compete successfully against new market entrants
  • Demonstrating value: to make the transformation case, and prove the results
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Core System
Transformation:
What's at the Core?

Wednesday, 20 March
2013

4:00 p.m. Singapore
1:30 p.m. India


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All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of IBS Intelligence’s new report:
Agile Core Banking Transformation in an Era of Challenges and Opportunities.

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