The Future of Superannuation, Sydney

Super Review, in collaboration with FST Media, is proud to bring to you Australia’s ‘must-attend’ event for superannuation executives. Now in it's sixth year the Future of Superannuation summit will focus on the latest policy changes facing the industry.

Australia is leading the pack with investments in open government data, according to figures released by the Global Open Data Index that offers a snapshot of international trends. 

Dr Ian Oppermann, a keynote speaker at the FST Government South Australia conference, has foreshadowed an increased use of big data and analytics to tackle “wicked policy problems.”

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The peak professional organisation, Chartered Accountants ANZ, has called on 115,000 members to build a “connected practice” and leverage the power of big data, predictive analytics and visualisation tools.

The Future of Superannuation 2017

Super Review, in collaboration with FST Media, is proud to bring to you Australia’s ‘must-attend’ annual event for superannuation executives. The 7th Future of Superannuation summit will focus on the latest technology and policy changes facing the industry.

8th Annual Technology & Innovation – the Future of Banking & Financial Services, Auckland

This annual event will bring together 300+ senior executives including CIOs, CTOs, CMOs and Divisional Heads of IT, Retail Banking, Digital, Customer, Data, Mobile and Channels. Speakers from New Zealand's leading financial services organisations will drive dynamic conversation around the opportunities and challenges shaping the market today, and map out tomorrow’s innovative advancements in business-enabled technology.

$1,200.00

In Australia, the value of government data is capped at $25 billion annually. Innovation is influenced by an astute use of big data to deliver services, says Helen Owens, a senior policy lead at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Australian banks and insurance firms should utilise the data analytics opportunities that are available in the country, says MapR Technologies’ Adrian Smolski.

The outlook for big data and analytics is being tracked by the Australian Productivity Commission – with a new inquiry report due this November.