Huawei Aims to Help Banks Unlock Data-Driven Intelligent Finance at Its Virtual Summit

Huawei Aims to Help Banks Unlock Data-Driven Intelligent Finance at Its Virtual Summit

by August 4, 2020
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Huawei announced that it will be hosting its APAC Financial Industry Storage Summit 2020 on the 13th August 2020. The high-level summit is targeted at keeping the C-level from banks informed on the latest trends, developments and challenges in data storage.

This is becoming increasingly crucial as the world rapidly becomes more digital, thanks largely to ubiquitous connectivity and an entire generation of people who are digital natives. There are no signs of the digital revolution slowing down as many of the markets in Asia-Pacific including Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines have all moved towards introducing regulations to facilitate the birth of a new breed of pure digital banks.

A reliable data storage is the backbone to enabling the digital financial services essential to a bank’s battle for relevance in a world where new entrants are ready to pounce at their market share at every available opportunity. It is important that banks select the right data storage solutions in order to enable big data analytics, provide personalised service to banking customers and ensure that their banking services are available 24/7 with no downtime.

Huawei-Speakers

Huawei’s summit will feature innovators like DBS’s Group Head of Consumer Banking and Wealth Management, Sim. S Lim, The Asian Banker Founder, Emmanuel Daniel, Huawei’s Chief Digital Transformation Officer of FSI, and many more. Together with these industry experts, the summit aims to help senior level bankers navigate their digital and infrastructure strategy in this data-hungry world.

This event will be streamed on the 13th August 2020, 15:30-17:30 (GMT+8), there are no charges and interested participants can register here.

 

 

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