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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Banking CIO Outlook
December 13, 2018

Banking CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Gartner states that by 2020, banks will offer advice by using AI chatbots that can learn about consumer's user habits.
Mobile technology is revolutionizing the global banking industry which offers new opportunities for the bank to provide added convenience to their existing customers.
AI has helped fintechs to automate a variety of their processes, cut costs, and shorten the loan approval processes.
Featured Vendors
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CIO Viewpoint
Jeff DeLong, EVP & CIO, South State Bank
Creating a culture where employees not only know how to, but also feel empowered to report potential security incidents and suspicious activity is of paramount importance.
Scott Blake, SVP & CIO, Bangor Savings Bank
As leaders, the choices we make, the attitudes we project, and the behaviors we portray speak volumes about the expectations of those around us.
CXO Insights
By Andy Weir, Executive General Manager, Bankwest Technology & Transformation
To be successful in the future we know we have to be responsive to our customers' rapidly changing needs.
By Kevin Stehl, Vice President of Marketing, Product and Digital, SECU Credit Union
Banking today has become less about getting customers to do their banking in one of our branches and more about making services available anytime, anywhere.