CDAO Financial Services Online A/NZ will deep dive into how organisations can use data to transform their organisations, ensure growth, secure their sensitive information, and deliver personalised customer experiences whilst supporting risk and regulatory compliance priorities. Register today!
CDAO Financial Services Online A/NZ considers how to support risk and regulatory compliance without stifling innovation and transformation. Consumer trust is perception-based and cannot be determined with the same rigid lens as risk and compliance. Trust and personalised customer experiences are now synonymous with driving digital transformation, modernising methods and mind-sets.
Across two days we’ll bear witness to how organisations are increasing growth and profitability with data, leveraging customer data for business success and gaining faster insights from trusted sources. Sessions will address how to overcome legacy challenges, break silos, effectively scale data and analytics initiatives, adopt new technology to improve data accuracy and fully monetise data assets. Not forgetting a critical factor = people; discussions will shed light on effective leadership skills, cultural change and collaboration.
Day One – Accelerate & Modernise – Automating for advantage
Addressing how to modernise, mature and scale data initiatives. Organisations are overcoming legacy systems and processes through new technology, collaboration and investments in a data-centric culture. We look at how to fuel and extract the benefits from data to deliver the exceptional in customer experience, minimise risk and meet compliance obligations. Day one is concerned with creating opportunity through cloud, advanced analytics, AI and ML to drive business decisions.
Day Two – Deploy- Having the foundational tools in place to keep up and evolve.
As the pace picks up the foundational aspects feel the load. Enabling enterprise-wide access to data and the effective life-cycle management of data is critical for the maturity and success of any data initiatives. The cornerstone of data quality needs to hold and data silos be overthrown. For day two we come to the crossroad of security & privacy and cover best practice in creating a solid foundation for the ethical, sustainable and effective use of data.