LONDON — In cooperation with T.A. Cook Conferences, SAP will host the International SAP Conference for Banking 2012 from June 18–20 at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London. The event brings together industry peers from around the world, including customers, partners, industry thought leaders and senior SAP representatives. Participants will have the opportunity to gain valuable information and firsthand insights from executives and experts working in areas such as business strategy, risk and compliance, customer service, finance and banking IT.
As banks face countless challenges in the new post-crisis reality, innovation and transformation are key to creating a sustainable business model. The International SAP Conference for Banking aims to provide insight into the strategies and tactics that banks are adopting to tackle these challenges. It will also show how industry-specific solutions from SAP — core banking processes, business analytics, cloud and mobile solutions and in-memory computing — can be used to drive future success.
Keynote presentations delivered by industry practitioners and SAP executives will provide insight into the latest SAP solutions and road maps, as well as the current direction of the industry as a whole. Speakers will explore the changes that are taking place, identify the challenges and opportunities that are emerging and discuss how banks can take advantage of the trends that are shaping the industry. A range of demonstrations, exhibitions, round tables and pre-conference workshops will provide in-depth understanding of SAP for Banking solutions available to support transformation and innovation requirements.
The conference will feature best-practice cases and expert presentations from high-profile SAP banking customers, showing how they have successfully implemented SAP solutions and what were the lessons learned and challenges overcome. In addition, SAP partners will exhibit how their range of products and solutions can assist banking customers.
For registration, the full agenda and further information, visit the International SAP Conference for Banking website. For more information, visit the SAP blog Banking View and the SAP Newsroom. Follow SAP on Twitter at @sapnews and @SAPforBanking.