Every financial institution is being challenged by its executives to move faster. With software applications at the forefront of innovation, IT organizations are under increasing pressure from lines of businesses to deliver applications faster while meeting internal IT directives to cut costs, protect customer information, and comply with heightened regulatory requirements. Given these varied priorities, what steps can be taken to do more with less?
Mobile banking applications have become the front line for acquiring and retaining customers in the midst of competitive pressures. On the back end, IT organizations are constantly looking to modernize, rationalize, and consolidate their application portfolios to reduce costs and improve efficiencies. Private and public cloud onboarding has become a strategic, cost-effective initiative for many large banks, but securely migrating applications containing sensitive customer data is cost prohibitive. Aside from these impediments, financial institutions face heightened regulatory pressures and must invest in costly compliance programs. On the whole, these competing requirements compound the demands for data, making Data as a Service an integral component of any enterprise data management strategy.
In this webinar we will discuss:
Current market trends and the importance of software innovation in the financial services industry;
Technology debt and other impediments to developing applications that are critical to customer experience and competitive advantage;
The advantages of using an integrated data masking and delivery solution to solve critical bottlenecks in the software development lifecycle;
Case studies of financial services institutions that are using Data as a Service to accelerate application releases and unlock innovation.
Santangelo has been a technology professional for over 20 years and has a Master of Science degree from Steven's Institute of Technology. He has focused on Privacy and Security throughout his career with a heavy emphasis while he was CIO of the Citi Private Bank in the Americas. In his current role at Delphix Corp, much of his focus is on securing private data and establishing Risk, Governance and Compliance frameworks. Specific areas of focus include testing for interoperability purposes. Santangelo is a member of the Society for Information Management ("SIM"), the Information Systems Security Association ("ISSA") and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society ("HIMSS") where he was chairman of the Privacy and Security Toolkit Task Force.
Product Marketing Manager, Delphix
As a member of the product marketing team, Stevens focuses on educating clients on the benefit of leveraging Data as a Service across the lifecycle of their application projects. In his previous role on the Business Technology Consulting team, Stevens worked with clients to map their data management pain points to use cases for Delphix.