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8 a.m. Registration Opens  

9 a.m. Opening Remarks 

9:15 a.m. Session One(Panel): Solving data expandability issues through cloud

  • The latest in cloud modernization  
  • Rules for effective cloud strategies and implementation 
  • Implications for core systems 


10 a.m. Session Two: Fireside Chat

During this session, a member of the Bank Automation News team will sit down with a key US banking technology executive for a discussion on crucial technology and automation trends and developments. 

10:30 a.m. Morning Break

11:15 am Session Three (Presentation): Ideation in Banking – The art of generating new ideas for products, processes and strategies  

  • Novel design thinking in strategy development and process reengineering
  • Freeing strategy from legacy technology – and habits
  • Cultivating a team culture of revolutionary ideation  

12 p.m. Networking Lunch

1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Concurrent Tracks

Attendees have the chance to customize their conference experience with the option to join one of the two engaging tracks. 

Advanced Technology Track

1:30 pm Session Four-A (Panel): Innovations in business intelligence for banking
  • A review of BI uses cases across the banking organization
  • Transitioning to new applications
  • Agile for successful BI implementations


Advanced Strategy Track

1:30 pm Session Four-B (Panel) Automation Operations: Use Cases for Transformation
  • Automating for business value 
  • How to pitch senior management on transformation initiatives 
  • Technical imperatives – before an automation project’s start

Advanced Technology Track

2:15 pm Session Five-A (Panel): At the Core: Strategies for addressing legacy core systems
  • To wrap or scrap?
  • Integration tools
  • Strategies for pushing legacy systems to their limits


Advanced Strategy Track

2:15 pm Session Five-B (Panel): Automation and the pursuit of efficiency: a frank discussion on cost/benefit
  • Balancing automation and human capital
  • Where are the efficiencies – and where are they not?
  • The realities of ROI on automation tech spend

3 p.m. Afternoon Break 

3:30 p.m. Session Six: Roundtable Discussions 

During this session attendees will gather in small groups to share insights and perspectives on today’s key technology trends and opportunities in the U.S. market. Specifically, we will explore how to build a sustainable framework for automation within U.S.-centric organizations. 

4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. Cocktail Reception 

8 a.m. Registration Opens  & Networking Breakfast 

9 a.m.  Opening Remarks

9:05 am Session Seven (Panel): New approaches and techniques in RPA 

  • Using process mining and process discovery to design automation
  • Building better RPA bots to automate particular verticals within banking 
  • AI technologies for smarter and safer bots 


9:50 am Session Eight (Panel): Strategies for automating real-time payment processes   

  • Buy vs. Build – selecting the right partner for RTP 
  • Organizing a proper risk assessment ahead of RTP launch
  • An update on FedNow approaching the mid-2023 implementation 


10:30 a.m. Morning Break

10:45 am – Session Nine (Presentation): Techniques for managing customer experience in digital applications

  • Where low-code, no-code fits
  • CX automation innovation & tools today
  • Extracting data to feed CX decisioning and communications

11:15 am – Workshop Lunch

Technology and Culture Transformation 

During this workshop, attendees will develop strategies for advancing automation in their organization. From technical demands to culture turbulence, automation initiatives, despite the promise of valuable efficiency, can cause internal disruption that prevent project execution. At this workshop, we will address how to proactively turn automation resistance into acceptance.

12:30 p.m. Conference Concludes