October 2015 webinars

Could you use a trick to get your continuing education credits covered? If so, check out Ace’s list of upcoming October 2015 webinar treats. Do you have any you’d like added? Comment below…

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 11:00 a.m. (CT)
In the now familiar context of trying to develop more value from growing stores of data, Intel is committed to leveraging business intelligence as a competitive advantage. But in a world where businesses are constantly challenged to deliver more value with flat or shrinking resource allocations, we must all find new and improved ways to find the value in our data. A popular approach is to try to empower end users to be more self-sufficient with the BI basics, thus freeing limited IT resources to focus on more complicated requirements, a.k.a. Self-Service BI (SSBI). But developing and implementing a sound SSBI strategy is much easier said than done. This presentation will share the story of Intel’s ongoing efforts to expand SSBI adoption across its global enterprise, including insights into strategic objectives, organizational and technical challenges, and the use of SAP BusinessObjects tools like Web Intelligence, SAP Lumira, and the BIP audit database to monitor and analyze progress.
Speaker:
Josh Crawford, Intel

Global Interconnectivity: Centralization of Treasury in a Global Context

Thursday, October 8 2015 | 10 am – 11 a.m. (CT) Member: $0 | Non-member: $50
This webinar, the first in a series on Global Interconnectivity, highlights the types of structures available and in use today. It assesses the trend for centralization of treasury in light of developments in technology and changes in regulation. This is designed to help listeners identify the challenges to be overcome when assessing the suitability of a centralized structure.
Speakers:
Craig Martin, Executive Director, Corporate Treasurers Council
Ron Chakravarti, Managing Director, Global Head of Treasury Advisory Group, Citi Treasury & Trade Solutions, Citi
Guy Voizey, Editor, WWCP

Treasury Strategies’ Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing™

Thursday, October 8, 2015 | 9:00 a.m. (CT)
How will current market events impact your treasury decisions? This complimentary webinar will include an expert panel discussing the factors that are influencing your corporate cash decisions, including market turmoil, central bank interest rate policies and bond market liquidity.
Speakers:
Peter Matza, Engagement Director, Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT)
Deborah A. Cunningham, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Federated Investors
Roger Merritt, Managing Director, Fitch Ratings
Anthony Carfang, Partner, Treasury Strategies
Kevin Ruiz, Principal, Treasury Strategies

Invisible Authentication for Improved Bank Security & Customer SatisfactionHosted by American Banker, sponsored by Level 3 and TRUSTID

October 13, 2015 | 1:00 p.m. CT
When valued bank customers reach out to the contact center channel, they expect efficient and speedy customer service. But given the tremendous risk of identity fraud, authentication is required. Speedy authentication can be a challenge, and delays can lead to subpar experience and increased cost. To combat this challenge, contact centers at large U.S. banks are improving customer experience, reducing operational costs, and fighting fraud with invisible authentication: using customers’ phones to prove their identities before answering their calls.
Speakers:
Patrick Cox, CEO, TRUSTID
Art Goldberg, Director of Product Management, Level 3
Moderator: Michael Sisk, Contributing Editor, American Banker

Creating Mobile Apps That Appeal to Millennials – Hosted by American Banker, sponsored by Sparkcentral

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 | 11 a.m. CT
Bankers’ obsession with millennials continues – What does this young and mostly unbanked generation want? How do you reach them? Once you grab their attention, how do you keep it? In this webinar, experts will share the product, design and navigation considerations of apps developed for millennials, as well as best practices for incorporating feedback into app updates.
Speaker: Joseph Prather, Founder and CEO, Dyme.co
Moderator: Penny Crosman, Technology Editor, American Banker

Here, There, Everywhere: Learning and Working in a Mobile WorldHosted by the User Adoption & Enablement SIG.

October 28, 2015 | 1:00 p.m. (CT)
Explore trends and impacts on change and learning based on mobility and consumerization of technology into day-to-day life and changing workspaces/places. Provide understanding of how to effectively manage a distributed workforce and share strategies, lessons, for managing now and long term.
Speaker: Kerry Brown, SAP
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