Webinar: Make Mobile and Social Pay Dividends for Financial Services
Now available on-demand
In this 60-minute webinar, Will Barrett, Senior Operational Delivery Officer for Bank of Tennesse, will explain how worksocial business process management (BPM) software is helping his organization speed up the loan process, provide up-to-date information on new products, track and gauge campaign execution and automate back office workflows.
BofT has streamlined and automated its processes (starting with loan origination), and created a collaborative enterprise social environment that can be accessed on a PC, tablet, or mobile device. Given the modest size of the community bank's IT department and other resources, BofT also leveraged cloud-based development to accelerate its push into a 21st Century IT infrastructure rather than replacing or upgrading all of the their lending and workflow solutions.
Webinar attendees will learn:
How to enhance the financial customer experience, shorten process cycle times and eliminate errors
Why social collaboration and mobile access must be deeply intertwined with organizational business processes to deliver value
How to obtain rapid development and testing of innovative new solutions without disrupting existing systems
Please join us online for this important webinar. Register today.
Will Barrett, Senior Operations Officer, Bank of Tennessee Will Barrett has been in banking for over 17 years in both customer-facing and operational roles with his current role being Senior Operations Officer. Over the past couple of years, Will has been focused on internal collaboration and process improvement at Bank of Tennessee. Bank of Tennessee's search for social collaboration tools centered around business processes lead Will to Appian and it's worksocial platform.
Malcolm Ross, Vice President, Product Marketing, Appian Malcolm Ross is the VP of Product Marketing at Appian Corporation. Malcolm has been directly involved in the implementation and development of enterprise BPM solutions for over 15 years. Malcolm is a frequent speaker and writer covering the application of BPM technology to solve real-world business problems.