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Oracle OpenWorld 2012: Prosper Amid Financial Industry Upheavals

The Financial Services and Insurance track at this year’s Oracle OpenWorld 2012 will help attendees keep pace with ever-changing markets, simplify their IT environments, manage compliance, and adopt the latest business practices.

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 runs from September 30 to October 4 in San Francisco and features Oracle executives, industry experts, and customers.

Presentations designed specifically for the financial services industry include

General Session: Oracle Financial Services
The Oracle Financial Services executive team outlines Oracle’s strategy for the banking, insurance, and capital markets. In addition, the team provides an update of product roadmaps for the coming year, including the launch of new core products.

Oracle FLEXCUBE Core Banking Strategy and Roadmap
Attend this session to learn about Oracle’s complete banking suite. The presentation explains Oracle’s development strategy and product roadmap for the Oracle FLEXCUBE product line. Attendees also hear about new product enhancements and how customers are using the solution to solve real-world business problems.

Big Data in Financial Services: Technologies, Use Cases, and Implications
How to successfully manage big data is a growing concern for financial services and insurance organizations, and this session looks at technologies relevant to this area. This session outlines the Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure, as well as Oracle’s overall approach to big data within the financial services and insurance vertical.

Aligning Finance, Risk, and Treasury Operations in Financial Services and Insurance
Aligning risk, performance, and finance functions on Oracle’s unified analytical applications platform can enable banks and insurers to more readily measure and manage their liquidity risks. Hear how Accenture and Oracle can help clients gain business value by successfully integrating these areas.

Enterprise Risk and Finance Transformation in Financial Services
Learn about Oracle’s reference architecture for risk and finance in financial services and how several large banks are successfully adopting significant portions of the reference architecture to meet their processing and analytic requirements across the finance, risk, and treasury functions in their institutions.

What Does Bank Transformation Mean to National Australia Bank?
Executing a transformation strategy is becoming a business imperative for many large banks looking to implement growth strategies and manage costs. Learn how National Australia Bank is implementing its bank transformation program through organizational change, program prioritization, and key success criteria.

How to Achieve Simplification by Migrating to Oracle from CSC Hogan
This session explains how Suncorp Bank is using Oracle’s new SOA-based banking platform and related Oracle technologies in a simplification strategy that is replacing the bank’s legacy core infrastructure and enabling business growth.

Oracle Offerings for Insurance and Healthcare Payers: Product Roadmap and Updates
This session provides an overview of Oracle’s offerings for the insurance industry. Learn about product roadmaps for the coming year. Hear about Oracle’s core offerings such as policy administration, rating, and healthcare claims. Learn about solution sets for specific lines of business, including life, health, and property and casualty, along with point solutions for specific pain points such as document automation and billing. In addition, learn about Oracle’s strategy and vision for helping insurance companies transform their operations.

Learn more about the Financial Services and Insurance track at Oracle OpenWorld. Register today.

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