Businesses are more reliant than ever on digital tools like ERP and TMS to run their business and their books. But as the landscape becomes increasingly complex, banks struggle to find ways to provide the powerful, yet easy to consume experiences their business clients have come to expect. Investment in ERP systems is about to exceed $100B a year, and as clients make huge investments of time and money, they are asking their financial services providers for help to improve the efficiency of those systems.
In this live webinar with special guest Patricia Hines from Celent, we’ll discuss the consumerization of the business banking experience, the use cases that are needed in the future, and the underlying products and networks that power these solutions. We’ll dive into insights and analysis from Celent to uncover what is holding banks back from the road to Real-Time Treasury and what they can do to catch up. Most importantly, we will talk about how your bank can thrive within an open treasury product.
Join Clayton and Patricia as they discuss:
- What are the trends driving digital innovation in corporate to bank connectivity?
- What use cases and value-added solutions do corporates desire the most?
- How is real-time treasury driving demand for API connectivity?
- How are global banks and FinTech vendors partnering for real-time treasury?
Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, FISPAN
Clayton R. Weir is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at FISPAN, leading product strategy, partnerships with ERPs, and marketing. He previously founded the BC Tech HyperGrowth Accelerator and FinTech Industry Cluster. Clayton sits on the NACHA API Standardization Group, taught Entrepreneurship at the University of British Columbia, and is a Vice-Chair and Finance Committee Chair of Canada’s largest independent car sharing organization. He holds an MBA from the University of British Columbia and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Head of Corporate Banking, Celent
Patricia Hines heads Celent’s Corporate Banking practice and is based in Charlotte, NC. Her areas of research include corporate banking and global transaction services with a particular emphasis on treasury and cash management, corporate banking delivery channels, commercial and small business lending, and emerging technologies such as APIs, blockchain, and artificial intelligence. Patty has been published in a broad range of industry media and presented at numerous conferences.