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Exclusive insights: data-driven digital transformation

Exclusive insights: data-driven digital transformation in the financial sector

Bank of Ireland’s Chief Data Officer Barry Green to share cutting-edge data governance insights with New Zealand executives on how to embrace a data culture to achieve business transformation.

Bank of Ireland’s Chief Data Officer (CDO) Barry Green will share insights and expertise on the future of data governance at an executive luncheon to be hosted by Informatica in Auckland this Wednesday, 28 February 2018.

The luncheon will showcase the Bank of Ireland’s successful digital transformation journey, powered by its data culture. Green will share his personal experiences in driving cross-functional collaboration across the bank to enable the delivery of customer focused, seamless omni-channel experiences.

The Bank of Ireland is recognised as a leader in making the shift beyond traditional data governance to embrace a data culture, in which it focuses on leveraging the power of data to drive value across the business.

The bank’s focus on innovation and customer experience has allowed the bank to:

• Grow its customer satisfaction
• Re-engineer outdated processes
• Streamline operations for cost efficiencies
• Accelerate the pace of transformation.

Nick Smith, Informatica’s Managing Director ANZ, said Green is at the forefront of data-driven digital transformation in the financial sector.

“Barry Green is leading change in the financial industry. He is shepherding a shift in data management culture, based on collaboration and knowledge transfer across the business, to build the foundations for a customer-centric bank,” he said.

Green is a veteran in the financial services industry, with a strong record of achieving data-driven business change and transformation. Taking a customer-centric and forward-looking approach, he will discuss innovative methods of breaking down silos and smart approaches to creating a collaborative data management culture.

Green is a true thought-leader in the area of future business models and customer satisfaction in the financial industry, both locally and globally.

The executive luncheon will be held at Auckland’s Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour on Wednesday 28 February 2018 from 12pm to 2pm.

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