GFT at Sibos 2019 in London

GFT at Sibos 2019 in London

GFT is delighted to be at Sibos 2019 in London next week between the 23rd & 26th September at the ExCel. Taking place for the first time in London, Sibos 2019 will aim to explore the impact of new technologies on infrastructures, value propositions and business models and identify the culture, skills and working practices that organisations need to maximise the potential of both human and machine capabilities.

Alongside our partners from Google Cloud, GFT specialists Christian Ball (Head of Retail Financial Services) & Pawel Laskowski (Lead Solutions Architect) will be presenting every day at the conference on the latest digital transformation technology in sessions entitled ‘GFT Payments’. The details for each daily session are as follows:

  • Monday 23 September @ 10:00 AM
  • Tuesday 24 September @ 9:00 AM
  • Wednesday 25 September @ 2:00 PM
  • Thursday 26 September @ 1:00 PM

All sessions will be taking place at the Google Cloud Open Theatre: Stand Number P124

Christian and Pawel will be demonstrating how firms can develop business models to win in a digitised economy. This will include insight into open banking strategies and why banks that will derive real value from open banking will be those that think ‘outside the branch’ and become more entrepreneurial and responsive.

They will also discuss how culture and technology are fundamental to the monetisation of open banking and elaborate on how the challenges of open banking (customer awareness, consent and internal agility) can be overcome. Christian and Pawel will also highlight emerging business models and how this is also driving ever greater adoption of ‘new technology’ such as cloud and AI/ML to underpin it.

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The digital revolution is changing market conditions at breakneck speed, especially for financial services providers who have just started innovation. One of the most important aspects of this ongoing change is to redefine and adapt business models for the new payment systems through an omnichannel strategy.”
Christian Ball Head of Retail Financial Services
Christian Ball