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Day 2 - 28 Nov

Keynotes

  1. Dr. Alexander SAMARIN – Managing Partner ICMG Europe
    Keynote
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    Dr. Alexander SAMARIN – Managing Partner ICMG Europe
    Using Enterprise Architecture to build large-scale Digital Repeatable Systems such as Smart Cities
  2. Krish Ayyar - Managing Partner, ICMG Australia
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    Krish Ayyar - Managing Partner, ICMG Australia
    The One Month Enterprise Architecture - Realising the Impossible through Enterprise Anatomy In this Keynote, Krish will take us through a week by week approach to solving Business Problems using Enterprise Anatomy - a new concept. Key Takeaways are - Better understanding of what is Enterprise Architecture and how to apply it in your organisations to improve Business Agility.
  3. Panel
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    Effective Strategies to Improve Utilization of EA?
    After much deliberations, EA team is set up and they start the work with taking stock of IT inventories. Sometimes it's portfolio rationalization or IT-driven transformation. How to realize the true value of Enterprise Architecture beyond one or two projects?

Track Sessions (1) - Banking & Insurance

  1. Impairment (IFRS9 and US GAAP)
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    Impairment (IFRS9 and US GAAP)
    Credit Suisse is a bank with a global footprint, hence it has to implement both standards: local business units have to complain with the local regulator (typically IFS9) and the entire group needs to implement the US GAAP guidelines. Extremely complex data sourcing across departments and across the globe (USA, South America, EMEA, APAC). Data from locations with very strict data privacy and data cross-border rules (e.g. Switzerland, Luxemburg, Singapore, Bahamas, Cayman Island, etc.). Complex existing architecture landscape • Impossibility to find a suitable Plan B
  2.   Strategic initiative for Broker Distribution Channel (Vyne™)
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    Strategic initiative for Broker Distribution Channel (Vyne™)
    Economical Insurance, one of Canada's leading property and casualty insurance companies, is making it easier than ever for brokers to match customers with the right insurance coverage with the launch of Vyne. Rolling out beginning June 2018 through to the end of the year, Vyne was built on an industry-leading architecture, leveraging existing Guidewire platforms and analytics. Vyne strengthens Economical’s commitment to the broker channel by providing faster service, streamlined workflows, and customer-centric products and pricing.
  3. New Customer Service Channel Implementation
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    New Customer Service Channel Implementation
    The core theme of year 2018 was to disrupt the company from within in order to empower the company to deliver the customer with whatever is asked for, in a swift manner. We have deployed tech in the area of automating and adding cognitive features in the customer touchpoints; for example, a Cognitive bot helps our customer to get the his/her policy servicing without any human interaction on WhatsApp, Mobile App or wherever customer needed on the go

Track Sessions (2) - Architecture Methodology & Governance

  1. Central Agencies Information Architecture Baseline
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    Central Agencies Information Architecture Baseline
    The IA Baseline was created for the benefit of all ministries within CAC, to serve as a guide for future application integration and business intelligence solution opportunities.The business solution opportunities aid businesses of a common nature (i.e. Government Decision Making, Budgeting & Finances, Taxation, Benefits, and Procurement) by providing enterprise-wide reusable common components.
  2. Panel
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    Roundtble - How to Improve Business Architecture
    Round Table chaired by Ralph Whittle
  3. Dubai Electricity & Water Authority SMART GRID
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    Dubai Electricity & Water Authority SMART GRID
    In 2013, DEWA launched a large-scale transformation program to develop a Smart Grid for the Emirate of Dubai. To successfully achieve this $7 billion program, DEWA has established 11 Smart Grid Programs and Cross Cutting Initiatives to deliver against the objectives laid out in the Strategy and Implementation Roadmap

Track Sessions (3) -  Airlines & Airports

  1. Airport Information Integration and Digital Services Delivery
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    Airport Information Integration and Digital Services Delivery
    SFO’s strategic objective is to transform its current operational model towards a service driven digital enterprise with a target operating model that empowers a digital workforce with information-driven tools and capabilities for supporting operational functions throughout the enterprise. The power of digital convergence delivered through AIIS provides the path to achieve this strategic objective by bringing real-time decision making insights into the hands of SFO’s staff, business partners and ultimately to passengers through brokered information services.
  2. Unified Airline architecture for Enhanced Customer Experience
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    Unified Airline architecture for Enhanced Customer Experience
    The architecture will allow our enterprise to build the Family of Robots with optimized architecture for cost-effectiveness. RaDa is running in Vistara lounge (Delhi airport) from 5th July is arguably most cost-effective and first of its kind robot which is deployed commercially. The number of such Robots will carry out repetitive functions at airport mainly check-In, boarding pass scanning, entertainment, baggage carrier, customer assistance.
  3. One National App - A Connected Ecosystem Platform for Airports
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    One National App - A Connected Ecosystem Platform for Airports
    Leveraging the “One National Airport APP” built on digital platform all the ecosystems involved with Airports are connected, including the passengers, airports, airlines and other sub-systems. Thus, brings in hassle free travel closer to reality with optimized operations, increased operational efficiency, improved passenger experience and increased non – aeronautical revenue.

Leadership Panel Discussion - Day 2
John Zachman in conversation with Chief Architects

How to identify the key stakeholders, what questions to ask, how to define the business goals and the technology goals, tools, and technology selection, Team members and the differentiators, timeline and change plan?