IBM and Oracle have been lined up as lead sponsors for Finextra's second annual Finexpo Retail Finance Technology conference and exhibition, which will take place at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, central London on Tuesday 14 September.
The day-long expo comprises seminars from leading retail finance institutions, analysts and technology vendors and a top-class line-up of exhibitors. In addition to the two lead sponsors, Finexpo 2004 - RFT has also signed up the Financial Times and The Banker as media sponsors. Organisations confirmed to speak on the day include BACS, Nationwide, HBOS, Lloyds TSB, TowerGroup, IBM and Oracle.
Visitors to Finexpo 2004 - RFT have the chance to check out the latest technology, network with their peers and attend presentations on business-critical issues, including multi-channel banking and cross-selling, customer profitability, computer crime and security, compliance and payments.
To date, almost 300 approved delegates from banks and retail financial services institutions have registered for free passes and the line-up of confirmed technology vendors includes AttentiV Systems, Chordiant Software, ClearCube Technology, CommerceQuest, Computacenter, Geneva Partners, IBM, i-flex Solutions, KANA, Oracle Corporation, SMARTS, Sun Microsystems Limited, Target Group, ThoughtWorks and Transaction Network Services (UK) Ltd.
'Retail Financial Technology Strategies 2004', Finextra's report on the results of its survey of the technology goals, strategies and spending plans of key retail finance institutions will be launched at the event.To register for the show and find out more about Finexpo go to: www.finexpo.com/rft