Dozens of finserv and tech leaders will present on how no-code can help accelerate innovation and significantly improve the efficiency of front and middle-office
BOSTON, Sept. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Creatio, a global software company that provides a leading no-code/low-code platform for process management and CRM, today announced featured speakers and partners for its No-code Day: Finserv Industry. This premier event on how no-code development approach will redefine the future of the financial services industry is taking place online on October 5, 2021.
The first of its kind virtual conference is fully focused on how no-code technologies can help financial services companies accelerate innovation and significantly improve the efficiency of front and middle-office. It will introduce world-class strategies and practical cases that showcase how to apply the no-code approach to different modern banking functions
No-code Day: Finserv Industry features an exciting role-focused agenda, including sessions dedicated to consumer and business banking; customer experience; governance, risk and compliance; lending, loan recovery and payments, and more. Attendees can expect to discover the latest industry trends, learn how to facilitate innovation through practical case studies, chime in panel discussions with fintech experts, and enjoy networking with leaders from various financial organizations from around the world.
NO-CODE DAY: FINSERV INDUSTRY FEATURED SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS
Michael Meyer, MPSTM, CISSP, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, CISM, CRVPM II, CRISC, CISA, is the Chief Risk and Innovation Officer of MRS BPO. He is responsible for overseeing the company's enterprise risk management, security and innovation initiatives for its Fortune clients.
Michael has been with MRS for over 21 years and previously served in the Chief Security and Chief Information Officer roles. He has a master's degree in Technology Management from Georgetown University, a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University, and is a member of the Forbes Technology Council. Prior to MRS, he owned a consulting company, taught secure government systems globally, and was in Military Intelligence.
Constantin Mares, Executive Director IT, PMO & Transformation Office, OTP BANK Romania. An inspirational leader with broad expertise in commercial and retail banking, operations and IT. Recognized success to quickly launch new operations and turnaround teams, proven ability to grow the bottom-line and improve business processes.
Areas of Excellence include Leading change and organizational transformations, Startups and M&A, Growing revenue & profit, Redesigning business processes, Leading multi-national teams.
Amel Kovačević, CEO, United Bank of Albania, has over 20 years of a successful professional career in finance, banking and diplomacy. Amel is a result achiever with the ability to understand the complex socio-economic contexts and to derive and implement business strategies.
Experienced turnaround Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the staffing and recruiting industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Business Planning, Analytical Skills, Team Building, and Management. During his career, he has held important leadership positions as Minister of Finance of Sarajevo Canton and Ambassador of BiH to China and Mongolia.
Florin Boldescu, Chief Digital Officer, BRD – Groupe Societe Generale, has 25 years experience in business management and digital transformation, working for big companies in telecom and banking (Orange, Raiffeisen Bank and BRD). Passionate about financial technology, software delivery models and building new digital products and services.
Sanjeev Agarwal, Global Head, BFSI CMO Initiatives, Tata Consultancy Services, is a technologist by heart & background, with good experience in digital and automation technologies. An experienced project manager, trained to drive an idea to implementation, in a defined time, budget and quality. Worked in Banking, Financial Services, Insurance & Telecom sectors. A team player with a strong belief in the 'People First' philosophy, skilled in building high-performance teams and long-lasting business relationships.
Gjergji Guri is a Founder and CEO of Facilization. Coming from a software development and IT background, Gjergji developed expertise during a 15-year-old career in banking while holding positions as the VP of Technology at the American Bank of Albania (ABA) in 2004 and Head of Operation of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania in 2008.
Gjergji's first low-code transformation initiatives date back to 2007, under a "Paperless Banking'' program started at the ABA and various other partnerships and projects that Facilization has executed with Oracle and more recently with Creatio. He's also a board member of several technology associations.
Katherine Kostereva is founder and CEO of Creatio. For the past 20 years, Katherine has been helping organizations accelerate their customer-facing and operational processes through automation. Katherine has been named Top 25 SaaS Influencers: Ones to Watch in 2021, Top 50 SaaS CEOs and Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS in 2018-2020, and more.
Sebastien Forget is the President & Owner of Solutions Metrix. An engineer by training, an entrepreneur by conviction, Sébastien has always worked in the field of information technology, specializing in online sales and marketing. In 2001 he started Solutions Metrix. The company has implemented over 200 CRMs in North America and it continues to offer its services to several Fortune 500 companies.
Ernesto Bianchi, Senior VP & Founder, BGlobal Solutions, has 20+ years of Experience in Business Management, Sales, Consulting, Project Management, growth & internationalization plans strategy in IT Software companies. He also has spent over 15 years developing Sales Channel management trough LATAM, USA and Spain.
Dr. Ashok Suppiah is a Co-founder & CEO of Mitra Innovation and entrepreneur, who has successfully started several tech companies over his 20-year career. A founding member of Virtusa Corp., who helped to grow the business to $280M and 5000 people. Former Chief Architect of e-docs that was sold to Oracle for $180M.
Clayton Locke, Strategic Advisor, Mitra Innovations. Clayton Locke brings over 30 years of experience in the software industry, with hands-on capability in developing and operating robust software-as-a-service solutions for customers. His career in technology spans many roles across the industry, from systems engineer to CTO and IT strategy consultant to Managing Director. He is a strategic advisor to Mitra Innovation, with the skills and experience to bring innovative technology solutions to the market.
Sam Biardo, Founder of Technology Advisors & StarfishETL, University Professor, Podcaster, & Avid Golfer. Mr. Biardo provides creative solutions to solve unique technology problems. In 1991, he left academics to start Technology Advisors with the goal of helping customers improve sales, marketing, and customer service.
TAI has since grown to a digital transformation company that strategizes the deployment of low-code solutions. Mr. Biardo is on the advisory board of a ½ of dozen CRM companies, co-host of a weekly CRM talk show.
The No-code Day: Finserv Industry will feature many other speakers and session leaders. The full list and the event agenda can be found here. The registration is free and still open!
Creatio is a global software company providing a leading low-code platform for process management and CRM. The company combines an intuitive low-code platform, best-in-class CRM and a robust BPM in a single solution to accelerate sales, marketing, service and operations for mid-size and large enterprises. Creatio is highly recognized as a market leader by key industry analysts and together with hundreds of partners, operates in 110 countries worldwide. More information can be found at http://www.creatio.com.
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