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Webinar: How can we mitigate the risk of software failure within the finance sector?

 

How To Mitigate The Risk Of Software Failure Within The Finance Sector

Software failure effects all sectors as stated in numerous reports, but finance seems to get spotlighted more than most. So why has the industry not learned from their mistakes?

There is no silver bullet. Any business can mitigate the risk of failure with better planning, quality engineering, good coding, along with a software quality framework that extends across the business estate.

The cost of failure can be seen in many guises; loss of business credibility, customers migrating to competitors and in the worst case with regulated organisations, hefty fines, along with the adverse publicity.

So what can we do to mitigate software failure within the finance industry? Join us for this webinar on 2nd December when our expert panel will be discussing exactly that!

 

During the session, our amazing panel as seen above will be covering some of the following topics and much more:

  • Quality’s change of direction, from afterthought to investment
  • Why are we seeing so many high profile software failures?
  • Stumbling blocks to a quality assurance process
  • Top tips to reduce software project failure

Our Panel

Pete Casson – Founder & CTO – Collctiv

With over 15 years of transforming technology within business, removing complications, and pioneering new products Pete is a sought-after expert and speaker. Having launched a World’s First Multiplayer Augmented Reality app for Education and featured as ‘App of the Day’ on the App Store, Pete has built a reputation for tackling seemingly impossible tasks. As a trusted expert in Technology he often speaks at events, such as Google Next, discussing how technology is shaping our lives, what to expect in the future and how businesses need to place technology first when developing strategies.

Delia Brown – Head of QA & Testing – MS Amlin

Delia has many years experience within the IT industry, and the most recent 12+ have been in specialist Quality Assurance and Testing roles within both the public and private sector. Her most recent role is as Head of Testing at MS Amlin which she joined in February 2018.
Her current focus is in transforming the test organisation to support both a new organisational model and a shift towards more agile ways of working. A key focus is on embedding a “quality culture” within the organisation, simplifying process, and driving change through the implementation of more modern test techniques via Automation and DevOps practices. She strongly believes that fundamental to achieving these goals are the people and supporting and building capability are a priority for her.

Ronan Hughes – Principle Architect – Core Banking

Ronan is a Principal Architect for Bank Of Ireland for Core Banking, delivering new technology and solutions to Bank Customers. Prior to this Ronan has also been the UK Board Member on the European Payment Council of the Scheme Management Board, was also the Head of European Payment Schemes for RBS and chairing their Euro Payments Board while sitting on the UK Payments European working group and acting as shareholder in the European Banking Association.

Tim Gould – Test Engineering Manager – Nationwide

Tim is an engineering manager in Nationwide Building society lead and leads testing and quality across a portfolio for their Test Community of Practice. He has spent nearly 25 years in software testing, helping many companies and institutions (utilities, motor manufacturers, PC companies, banks, govt agencies) develop quality in their products through building teams and services. In that time there’s been many changes in the skillsets required of software development and quality professionals including the rise of Automation, Agile, DevOps and the SDET. Now his preoccupation is with how we can recruit, retain and develop people to build quality into our software.

 

Join us on 2nd December for what is set to be a fantastic webinar.

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