CEE-SECR 2009: Banks
|We invite you to participate in the CEE-SECR 2009: Banks conference, which will be held October 27, 2009 in Moscow collocated within the Fifth Eastern-European Software Engineering Conference CEE-SECR 2009.
High requirements on quality and reliability of banking systems, as well as the need to improve the efficiency of business during the economic recession demand new technologies and more sophisticated software for banks and financial institutions. The Conference provides an excellent opportunity to CIO, heads of software development departments of large and medium-sized banks to meet with representatives of companies supplying software solutions, to establish new business connections, to learn about the new banking technologies from developers, to discuss the successful implementation of banking products and share the experience with the technological elite of the leading banks in Russia.
The conference consists of two parallel sections: “Strategies and Platforms” and “Architecture and Technology.”
The conference program will include:
Conference talks and papers cover the following topics:
open source software for banks, cloud computing, virtualization resource server platforms, data warehouse architecture, technological aspects of mergers and acquisitions, education and trainings for developers in banking and finance field, solutions for complex tasks of credit institutions, the architecture of the banking IT-infrastructure, change management, version management, implementation of a scalable architecture, SOA, experience in developing of core banking systems, software development processes, selection methods of software solutions for banks, transition from distributed to centralized systems, the issues of information security, etc.
The official Conference program will be announced after agreement with the speakers.
Submit your paper to the conference
You are invited to present your ongoing researches, experience and other work at conference.
For more information, please read the information letter.
Speakers (authors of the accepted papers presenting at the conference) will get free passes to the event: one free pass per accepted paper.