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Third Annual Innovation in Cash Management & Payments Forum such a success!
The sessions are now available to view on-demand until Thursday, December 31 at 6:00pm ET with the login details you received to access the virtual event site. If you have not registered for this event, but would like access to view the sessions on-demand, please register here. Thank you!
Aite Group's Third Annual Innovation in Cash Management & Payments Forum
2020 is a year we will all remember not only for the COVID-19 pandemic but also for how the financial services industry and its technology partners quickly transformed to accommodate an environment no one anticipated. Innovation, digitalization, and remote workforces on both the client and bank sides continue to drive rapid change, additional demands, and a new normal for the cash management and payments industry. Never before has the divide between those institutions that have made the right technology investments and those that have not been so great. The right strategy and technology enable the agility that corporate and business customers expect as well as the ability to pivot as business models and digital transactions evolve. Banks are no longer winning business based on the products they offer but rather on the data-driven insights and engagement, fast and automated processes, and flexible transaction-initiation methods that they deliver anytime from anywhere.
Attend this dynamic and interactive conference to discuss the latest trends and innovation within the cash management and payments industry as financial institutions look to successfully operate in a new normal. Join Aite Group research director Christine Barry as well as senior analysts David Bannister, Erika Baumann, Enrico Camerinelli and Gilles Ubaghs as they moderate panels of industry thought leaders and share recent research findings and insights into the drivers, best practices, and successes of change and innovation within this critical industry.
Key Reasons to Attend:
- Participate in interactive panel discussions covering some of the industry’s hottest topics, including payment hubs, digital transformation and APIs, building a fintech ecosystem, the shift toward commercial cards, and the higher level of urgency for integrated receivables capabilities
- Network and exchange ideas with bank executives, leading technology providers, and thought leaders in Aite Group’s virtual exhibit hall
- Hear from Aite Group analysts about key trends impacting your business and recommendations for how to best position your organization for success in today’s evolving industry
- Be the first to congratulate the recipients of Aite Group’s Third Annual Impact Innovation Awards for Cash Management and Payments
Aite Group Event Chairs and Moderators
Agenda at a Glance*
*All times are in U.S. Eastern Standard Time
9:00am – 10:00am Exhibit Hall Opens – Network with Sponsors
10:00am – 10:05am Welcome Remarks by Christine Barry
10:05am – 10:25am Opening Keynote
10:25am – 11:15am Panel 1: Payment Hubs
11:45am – 12:20pm Aite Group’s Impact Innovation Award Winner Videos & Virtual Sponsor Showcase
12:20pm – 1:10pm Panel 2: Evolving Bank Cash Management Strategies and API Use Cases
1:10pm – 2:00pm Panel 3: The Shifting Tide Toward Commercial Cards
2:00pm – 2:15pm Fireside Chat: The Threat of Cyber Attacks in Corporate Banking
2:15pm – 2:20pm Closing Comments
2:20pm – 2:50pm Virtual Networking and Sponsor Showcase
*All times are in Eastern Standard Time
9:00am – 9:05am Welcome Remarks by Christine Barry
9:05am – 9:25am Opening Keynote
9:25am – 10:15am Panel 1: What Corporate Treasurers Want
10:15am – 10:45am Fireside Chat: The Invisible Bank – Still A Valid Model?
10:45am – 11:05am Virtual Networking and Sponsor Showcase
11:05am – 11:55am Panel 2: The Higher Level of Urgency for Integrated Receivables
11:55am – 12:45pm Panel 3: Building on the New Payments Landscape
12:45pm – 12:50pm Closing Comments
12:50pm – 1:20pm Virtual Networking and Sponsor Showcase
*Subject to Change