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Within a little more than one month to go, Innotribe @ Sibos will kick-off for an exciting week of inspiring presentations, face to face discussions, interactive workshops, and special challenges – all aimed at one single goal: enabling collaborative innovation.
From now on, we’ll post regular news flashes about the details of the Innotribe program.
Today, more detailed information about the Innotribe Opening: “Beyond Web 2.0 – what will YOU create?”
We have chosen this title 1) to make the connection with last year’s Sibos Labs where the theme was Web 2.0, and 2) because we really wanted to have YOU work together to collaboratively generate and flesh-out ideas before, during and after Sibos.
The Innotribe Opening will give 4 perspectives on the future. It will set the scene for a joint journey with the audience -exploring how current and emerging trends will shape our industry and landscape. With vibrant and stunning examples our speakers will energize you to join the Innotribe, innovating and crafting the future as it emerges throughout the Sibos week.
· Innovation 2.0: It’s OPEN, not closed
Peter Hinssen (1969) (www.peterhinssen.com ) is co-founder of ACROSS Group and Managing Director of ACROSS Technology. An entrepreneur, lecturer and writer, he is also the chairman of Porthus.com and has been an Entrepreneur in Residence with McKinsey & Company. He will kick-off with a 15 min presentation on the need to innovate together with customers, partners, and the eco-system at large. Peter is a regular keynote speaker. Those who have seen him before will certainly agree with me that he is our ideal speaker to give a thundering wake-up call on this subject.
· The Future of IT: Driving Innovation across Financial Services
Bindia Hallauer is the Chief Technology Strategist for Worldwide Financial Services Sector at Microsoft Corporation, based in Redmond, Washington, USA. In this leadership role, Bindia owns shaping Microsoft’s technology strategy in financial services industry across banking, capital markets and insurance. She owns the overall technical vision, architecture and roadmap, coordinating a single point of view for FSI solution offerings IP development and productization.
Session abstract: Bindia will talk about disruptive technology trends are shaping the future of IT. Increasing software complexity and the shift to many-core architecture, consumer-driven IT, Petabyte storage and Petaflop processing power, and cloud computing are some of the key technology trends. This session will focus on profound changes that the future of IT will bring to Financial Services industry. Thought provoking ideas will be presented.
· The Shape Of Banking Architecture In 2023
Jost Hoppermann is Vice-President of Forrester Research. Jost serves Enterprise Architecture professionals, particularly around financial services. As an analyst, he is an expert on a number of global banking technology topics, including banking platforms, software infrastructure, multi-channel platforms, architecture, and application strategy planning. He also covers enterprise architecture from an organizational and process perspective on an industry neutral basis.
Session abstract: this session will summarize the key findings of a global Forrester research project focusing on potential changes in the banking and financial services space in 2023. It will show how financial services firms will interact with each other and with their customers in the future; which core competencies banks expect to need; how information technology and its successor business technology will need to help the business to differentiate from competition. While 2023 looks like a very concrete date, some banks will only need five or eight years to arrive in 2023 — to some degree — while others may have to take a 10 or 15-years-long path. Bulletized agenda:
– Business scenarios
– Customer interaction
– Business technology scenarios
– Peer advice for the future
· Innovating Around the Customer
Cindy Murray is Global Banking and Wealth Management Ecommerce Executive at Bank Of America.
Cindy Murray is responsible for designing, building and launching new credit and treasury products across Global Corporate & Investment Banking to drive the acquisition and deepening of client relationships. Her team also leads the Ecommerce portal strategic direction and development for the bank’s corporate and commercial clients.
Session abstract: It was less than 5 short years ago when we heard the term Web 2.0 used for the very first time. If you fast forward to today, it’s clear that Web 2.0 is already morphing into Web 3.0. This session will not only highlight the basics of these technology trends, but more importantly show how they are enabling companies to “innovate around the client”. You will learn how ethnographic research can transform client needs assessments, how best to leverage clients’ discussion forums, and how the financial services industry will continue to be transformed by these new methods of client engagement.
· What’s up this week @ Innotribe ?
Kosta Peric – Head of Innovation at SWIFT, and Philippe Coullomb – Facilitator from The Value Web.
Kosta will introduce the 3 themes of this year’s Innotribe: Cloud, Crowd and Mash-up and the creativity challenge. Philippe will introduce the process and rules of engagement of the first Innotribe Sibos Lab, immediately following the opening. More about that in a next newsletter.
· Innotribe Leaders pitch their Sibos Lab
We plan 3 parallel Sibos Labs: one on Cloud, one on Crowd, and one on Mash-ups. Our Innotribe Leaders will introduce the ideas that emerged pre-Sibos on Swiftcommunity.net and will pitch their Sibos Lab as the best to attend.
Where: The opening will take place in the Innotribe Dome (located in the Sibos Labs room).
When: Monday 14 Sep 2009, from 10:30 – 12:15