Solving IT staffing challenges and risks for banks and credit unions
LIVE WEBCAST |
Every aspect of banking depends on IT. But hiring and retaining skilled technical talent has become an increasing challenge for financial institutions. These staffing challenges can limit the organization’s ability to respond to emerging trends, customer demands, regulatory requirements and security threats.
Working with a technology partner that has a wide breadth of capabilities, a depth of available talent and the ability to scale as your institution changes can be an effective solution to these challenges. The right managed services provider will help improve a financial institution’s efficiency, reduce risks and provide the scalability necessary to better manage costs and ultimately accomplish business goals.
Economic uncertainties and an expected increase in mergers and acquisitions further enhance the appeal of outsourcing as a means of maintaining productivity and ensuring smooth transitions during periods of change and uncertainty.
Join RSM’s webcast on Dec. 3 to learn more about how IT outsourcing can help reduce risks, manage costs and improve efficiencies.
By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Evaluate how IT outsourcing can prepare a bank for improved innovation that aligns with customer needs
- Assess the manner in which IT outsourcing can improve the security posture for a financial institution and reduce compliance risk
- Explain the role IT outsourcing can play during times of economic uncertainty
CPE credit available
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None | Delivery method: Group internet-based
Field of study: Computer science | CPE: 1.0 credits