Finance 5.0: Agility Beyond Disruption

13 - 16 January, 2020 | Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

Pre-Conference Workshops: Monday, 13 January 2020


PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Engaging with business stakeholders to make the business case on how APIs fit within the digital economy and how an API will increase revenue, customer acquisition, or customer retention
  • Implementing infrastructure that facilitates easy developer access and efficient API deployment
  • Creating an API monitoring scheme that streamlines processes, accelerates business delivery, and efficiently enhance business productivity
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Mr Rani Francois-Marie Saad

Learning Coach - Digital Transformation & Innovation
INSEAD


PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm WORKSHOP B: Data Usage, Management & Governance for APIs

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn how to identify and prioritise data for new product and service offerings via Open APIs
  • Taking on a structured approach in formulating data strategy to empower Open API developers to build new applications and experience in a faster and agile manner
  • Enabling developers to access content and data with the right levels of access control, as well as, in the size and format necessary to fast-track Open APIs developments


Workshop C: Wednesday Afternoon, 25th September 2019

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm How To Encourage The Take-Up of APIs Through A Platform Strategy and Partner Network Education

I’ll discuss Telstra Wholesales Business Partnering Program we put together with the University of NSW to educate our customers of the need and benefits of Digitisation.
1.      Targeting Customers based on highest ROI
2.      Learning Objectives
3.      Facilitators
4.      Case Studies
5.      Assessment
We’ll talk about the API Engagement Campaign we setup for our Account Managers & Service Managers to educate our customers.
 
In the workshop we’ll consider each sales stage of the funnel for the customers/suppliers in each stage.
For each stage, consider what are the typical ENABLERS and BLOCKERS for customers/suppliers to move through the stage gate.
Consider the different segments of your customers/suppliers. i.e. Local, National, Global
Also consider what support your own staff would need to get customers across the stage gates and record these on the flipchart provided