Next Generation Digital Strategies at the CIO Leadership Forum

With the fast moving consumer tech climate, keeping up with customer expectations is proving increasingly difficult — the financial services sector is no exception.

As a financial services leader, how can you provide cohesive, mobile, omni-channel experiences when you have scattered processes, siloed data, and outdated systems?

                    Here’s one way…

Find answers at the Argyle CIO Leadership Forum!

Appian plans to be there and we hope we will see you there too:

September 8, 2016
New York Marriott Downtown Hotel
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, New York

Financial services information technology executives will be converging on the CIO Leadership Forum to discuss pressing issues, as well as potential innovations to digitize and transform their companies.

This promises to be a great speaker line up — including Scott Blanford, the Chief Digital Officer of TIAA who we have the pleasure of introducing at this event. We hope you will stop by and join the conversation at his keynote session.

And don’t miss the full agenda of trending topics; including:

  • Navigating the public and private cloud – balancing security, innovation, and efficiency within technology
  • Top security concerns that have emerged from financial regulations
  • Digital trends that are transforming the financial services industry
  • Innovation stemming from the Internet of Things and what its value will be to the future of the industry

                    Want more information?

Check out the CIO Leadership Forum agenda and registration page.

And while you are counting down to September 8th, I recommend you download our recent paper on Omni-Channel Strategies That Transform for an interesting perspective on digitization trends in financial services.

No longer struggle with disjointed processes, inaccurate data, and frustrated customers. Join us at the CIO Leadership Forum and discover the innovations that are transforming the future of technology in the Financial Services Industry.


Victoria Ebel