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Elets Technomedia to organise 2nd BFSI CTO Summit in Mumbai

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The banking sector is undergoing a paradigm shift with the growing usage of technology in providing intensive solutions for increasing revenue, customer experience enhancement, optimising cost structure and managing enterprise risk.

India, in particular, has shown a lot of progress in the era of innovation in banking by adopting the latest in technology.

Today’s digital advancement and the hyper-connected environment has flagged off the necessity for the banks to re-imagine their business continuously, and Indian banks are leading the league when it comes to transforming from digital to truly digital.

The year 2017 has brought in various technology-based innovations in the Indian banking sector; Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and technology, BHIM app are some of such inventions.

In its efforts to highlight the growing interface of technology in the banking domain and Elets Technomedia for the second time in a row is elated to announce a day-long  ‘2nd BFSI CTO Summit’ to be held on July 27, 2017, at Vivanta by Taj-President, Mumbai.

The summit is exclusively designed to bring together CTOs, CIOs, CISOs, GM-ITs of the leading commercial banks across India, senior level executives, technology innovators and solution providers, who will discuss and share their expertise on the issues pertaining to the technological innovations adopted by the banks and financial institutions.

The day-long national level summit is tailored to focus on conversing and collaborating through a series of informal conversations led by the summit attendees themselves. Addressed topics centred around key questions and most significant issues facing IT heads of several banks. The Banking CTO Summit is aimed at helping the stakeholders in the BFSI domain to learn from top practitioners and to share experiences with your peers.

Summit Segments

Conference: Senior officials from banking domain across the country would deliberate upon key issues related to secured banking. It would help CTOs, CIOs and EDs among several top brass to devise new solutions to make banking a safer experience.

ExhibitionSeveral technology firms would participate in the expo to showcase their products

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