Explore and understand practical methods to accelerate cloud adoption with a consistent set of capabilities and through industry best practice
As your organisation moves to the cloud there are many challenges to overcome. Standardising automation, integration and data management within the cloud can often be a headache to combine successfully.
So how can financial services companies successfully automate their move to the cloud?
Through real life examples and live demos you will be shown how to make this a reality. Oli Bage, Head of Architecture, Data & Analytics at LSEG, will share his experiences from the financial sector and Richard Price, Sales Director FSI UKI, will show how Data Management holds the key to success.
We explore 5 ways you can take your move to the next level:
1. Automation & Data Foundations
2. Cloud Data Principles
3. Data Standards & Hybrid delivery
4. Regulatory & Governance adoption
5. Data Delivery - Optimization and Speed
Head of Architecture, Data & Analytics at LSEG
Oli is Distinguished Engineer and Head of Architecture for the Data & Analytics division of the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), one of the world’s largest providers of data, insights and technology to financial markets.
Oli joined LSEG in 2021 on the completion of its acquisition of Refinitiv, the Financial and Risk division of Thomson Reuters, where Oli previously led Business & Data Architecture.
Oli is a passionate supporter of the emerging technology ecosystem and regularly hosts the London Enterprise Technology Meetup. Oli holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge, where he maintains a research collaboration relationship.
Sales Director FSI UKI
Richard is an experienced sales leader, with extensive IT Sales, Marketing and Partner enablement experience in EMEA.
Having joined TIBCO in late 2016 to bring to the team his industry knowledge in the FSI vertical, Richard assists the team to help clients and new customers (and their partners) deliver business advantage with the challenges they face across the financial services and insurance sectors.