FSOkx’s 5th Annual Business Process Management and Technology Innovation Forum is a one-day conference being held at The Yale Club, NYC, that brings together thought-leaders in the financial services industry to discuss strategies and tactics to deliver effective business results. In addition to discussions prompted by FSOkx’s own industry research, you will hear from real-world practitioners, industry experts, and technology gurus about how to deploy to successful BPM initiatives. An intimate setting and senior executive participation create an environment that encourages participant interaction and networking.
Discussion Topics Will Include:
Instilling an agile approach to business and technology challenges.
Leveraging new opportunities using collaborative tools.
Reaping the rewards of intelligent business processes.
Partnering for operational excellence.
Building a big data and analytics framework.
Aligning business needs with technology realities.
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