Date: 29th November 2016
Venue: The Marker Hotel, Dublin
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Application Development and Maintenance in Financial Services
Push for agile developments of application projects by overcoming challenges specific to your firm
Date: 6th-7th February 2017
Venue: London, United Kingdom
Application developers in financial institutions are under immense pressure to deliver new applications quickly to meet the demands of both the modern always-on-the-go customer, and boards and regulators who are pushing for digitalisation of all processes. However, progression in this area is no easy task for application developers in financial institutions facing challenges such as the heavily regulated environment, legacy systems and not to forget the extensive testing of software that is required before you can even think about rolling out a new application. This conference will show financials what they need to increase speed to market of application projects, picking on themes such as overcoming testing and continuity challenges as such enabling agile development of projects to meet the needs of the business and customer.
Key Topics:- Navigate legacy and regulatory challenges to increase speed to market of applications;
Explore structural approaches to testing and analysing the environment to reduce risk associated with the integration of new applications in your financial institution; Maintain the sustainability and continuity of applications used by financials through a clear design/plan; Consistently drive the value of application development throughout your financial institution.
Practical insights from:- Isabelle Laurin, IT Application Development Manager, Credit Suisse;
Josef Langerman, Group Head Engineering Transformation, DevOps and Digital Culture, Standard Bank;
Mike Jarred, Head of Software Testing, FCA;
Mark Elliott, Head of Application Development and Maintenance, Euroclear;
Christopher William Truce, Director and Product Manager for Open API Development, Saxo Bank.
For more information about this event please contact Ms Melini Hadjitheori, Digital Marketing & PR executive MeliniH@marcusevanscy.com or visit the event website here.
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