Date & Time: August 21, 2014, 011:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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Payments and transactional services present multiple ‘moments of truth’ for demanding clients who are often interacting with us anytime and anywhere. For financial services organizations, the 24/7 nature of the industry and its intense competition have made innovation and optimization of these capabilities critical. In this session, you will learn about the experiences of IBM clients in transforming their payments and transactional services with IBM Rational DevOps capabilities.
Learn how banks, brokerages and insurance firms are aligning the life cycles of legacy back offices with the agile sprints of the mobile payments development shops and value-added technology partners.
Bruce Baron, Financial Services Sector Offerings Leader, IBM
Bruce Baron serves as the Offerings Lead for IBM Rational for the Financial Services Sector. Bruce and his team set the strategy, define our offerings and work to drive a collaborative cross-functional team of sales, marketing, enablement and development in assisting clients with solving business issues by bringing to bear all product segments and IBM brands. Prior to IBM Rational Bruce was a Strategy Consultant to Financial Services clients and has years of client experience as an e-business and six-sigma consultant in Financial Services at GE Capital.
Peter Eeles, Financial Services Sector Industry Lead, IBM Rational Worldwide Tiger Team, IBM
Peter Eeles is Industry Lead for the Financial Services Sector in IBM Rational's Worldwide Tiger Team, where he helps organizations improve their software development and delivery capability. This is often in conjunction with an architecture-centric initiative such as SOA or strategic reuse, where Peter has particular in-depth knowledge. Peter comes from a delivery background and was previously Chief Architect of IBM Rational's Worldwide Solution Delivery organization. He is co-author of "The Process of Software Architecting" (2009), "Building J2EE Applications with the Rational Unified Process" (2002), and "Building Business Objects" (1998).
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