Mapping out scenarios for a digital banking world — describing the threats and opportunities emanating from the digitalization of the industry practical implications and issues associated with each scenario and quadrant.
Expanding on the Digital Banking Taxonomy capability for financial agility, we start to explore new ways of measuring success in digital banking.
Digital banking transformation initiatives are at the core of each IT budget today. Most banks' executives think that embracing the digital journey will diminish the overall IT costs and unleash new business opportunities. However, Gartner has analyzed the IT budgets and the digital initiatives of a number of banks worldwide to discover that IT budgets are usually not decreasing at all but instead that the cost structure at the bank is changing.
CSPs entering or servicing the evolving communications market face challenges attaining the skills and competencies required. CSP CIOs' success in developing talent for digital business hinges on addressing skills, culture and leadership transformation. In this session, we'll discuss the steps through specific examples about how other CSPs have collaborated with HR to address their challenges.
Most CIOs are being asked to generate business value at an increasingly lower price point. However, the goal is simply to reduce the cost of IT, without consideration for change in IT capabilities to provide services that enable business value. This presentation will explain through the use of examples from the CSP industry, how CIOs can both optimize costs and maximize business value.
Most CSPs are undergoing some form of digital transformation initiative. Some are progressing well, some are not. Of those who are not, they share common pitfalls. This presentation will highlight what not to do (and what to do about it), based on observations and leanings from CSPs.
What are the building blocks you need to support the new value proposition for a digitalized insurance business? How do life and P&C insurance CIOs identify the technologies they need to successfully manage their ecosystems, their customers, their data and their employees? That needs a digital business platform capable of integrating diverse technologies such as analytics, blockchain or the Internet of Things. This session will help CIOs build the technology roadmap for the business ecosystems and the digital business platforms they need to deliver their new value proposition.
Increasingly, insurance companies are beginning to deploy a variety of artificial intelligence and robotic technology to support the business. However, this traditional industry is only at the beginning of learning how to effectively use these solutions and how to change the internal culture to make their use more successful. This presentation will review the range of robotic technologies which insurance CIOs should be aware of, highlighting the best use cases and deployment models for each.
We will consider both sides of the argument: Either that insurance organizations should treat core systems as systems of record only (keeping innovation separate) or that core systems are an integral part of transforming the organization (innovation is embedded within).
Manufacturing IT leaders face an era of unpredictable and highly challenging operating conditions. Gartner analysts developed four scenarios for the future that will enable manufacturing CIOs to anticipate and prepare for change through 2023. Learn how to leverage the scenarios to lead your organization through turbulent times.
Manufacturing industries are undergoing a transformation enabled by information technology and AI. Even when the physical product does not change, its digital features will, requiring improved and new manufacturing and electronics processes. Join your peers for a discussion on how to communicate what AI means for manufacturing and how to find solutions that will work for your organization.
Manufacturers can no longer incrementally improve innovation, but must transform to become disruptors or risk being disrupted themselves. CIOs and IT leaders should use AI to improve product innovation. This session will provide attendees an overview of insights and lessons learned from real world examples.
All governments claim uniqueness and want control, empowering them to shun or impose additional requirements on, public cloud providers. Agencies have typically classified data poorly and generally higher than necessary. Exacerbated with insistence of data sovereignty, this is now preventing wider public cloud adoption and should be challenged. We offer practical advice to ensure that rational thought processes are baked into the organization to prevent unnecessary and unsustainable effects.
Public Sector organizations across industries in India are undertaking various digital transformation initiatives. While some organizations have started implementing different initiatives, others are just beginning. Where is your organization in this journey? What have you learned in your approach? What would you advise others when embarking on the digital transformation journey? What challenges are you currently facing? Meetups are networking sessions that allow you to connect with a small group of peers, without Gartner facilitation, in the spirit of solving business problems together. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
Digital government technology platforms (DGTP) enable digital government transformation but more importantly an escape from the perpetuation of siloed business processes and technical debt embodied in legacy thinking and systems. CIOs taking a forward thinking approach to solutions architecture need to master their organization’s business, consider opportunities for modernization present in their DGTP roadmap and recognize how a platform approach changes IT’s interactions with program areas. Screen reader support-enabled.
Governments have been been seduced by the promises of blockchain in innumerable use cases. Was all the giddiness worth it? What have we learned? Is it finally time to sober up and get serious? Or is the binge still on? Looking back on a year of irrational exuberance, we observe some moments of lucidity and offer advice on thinking rationally and constructively about next steps.