Join us on 9+10 November as we bring you a jam-packed two-day agenda featuring prominent technology and digital executives from CBA, Westpac, ANZ, NAB, ING Direct, UBank, Bankwest, BBVA (Spain) and Starling Bank (UK) and more that are implementing the future of financial services today.
This year’s conference will focus on bringing you valuable expert insights on Open Banking, artificial intelligence (AI), digital customer experiences, blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies, cyber-security, and other emerging technologies that will transform the financial industry in the years to come.
The two-stream design on day one allows you to tailor your afternoon and engage with specialist knowledge hubs for focused and in-depth analysis on Blockchain & Payments; and Cloud & Data Centres. Day two will provide a deep-dive into Digital & Customer Experience transformation.
Australia’s ‘must attend’ event for insurance executives focused on emerging technology and innovation trends shaping the market today.
Arguably the largest and most prestigious event on the insurance technology executive's calendar, this event will bring together more than 450 executives including CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CTOs and Divisional Heads. The conference will provide unparalleled networking opportunities for delegates. High calibre keynote speakers from leading insurance organisations will reveal the future of IT and innovation trends impacting the industry including advanced business intelligence, social media, mobile, cyber intelligence, cloud computing, end user engagement and customer centred re-engineering.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Marcus Sedman, Senior Account Manager, at MarcusS@fst.net.au or call +61 2 9376 3239.
The Future of Insurance 2017 will bring together the industry’s leading insurers to discuss the latest developments in digital technologies shaping the market.
This year’s event will offer you valuable industry and expert insights into the rise of digital ecosystem, cloud computing, agile infrastructure and many other industry-related topics.
Network with over 450 of your industry peers including Technology, Innovation and Digital senior executives, and hear firsthand from our prominent speakers from IAG, Zurich, BUPA, MetLife, Allianz, TAL Life, AIA and QBE who will map the industry’s innovative advancements in business-enabled technology and explore the topics that matter to you.
The Western Australia government has appointed its first GCIO under a $25 million reform program that is designed to cut costs and deliver better services to the community. In 2016, under its high-profile reforms agenda, the WA government seeks to improve operational efficiencies and adopt a smarter and more cost-effective ICT procurement strategy.Despite the need to remain conservative with budgetary spend, there is still significant IT investment within portfolios such as Police and Health. These investments are a direct result of these portfolios generating measureable returns on their investments.