Biometrics in Banking

The event takes place in Berlin on May 21, 2014, and is hosted by the Association of German Banks

Association of German Banks (Bundesverband deutscher Banken-BdB)
Burgstraße 28, 10178 Berlin, Germany

The European Association for Biometrics (EAB) has opened the registration for its seminar ‘Biometrics in Banking’. It will be held in Berlin in the office of the Association of German Banks. The event is part of the seminar series of the association addressing dedicated applications in specific industries.

The seminar ‘Biometrics in Banking’ is designed to provide executives responsible for lines of business, distribution, and IT in the banking and insurance business with inspiration to improve their processes. Participants will be able to familiarize with biometric applications that can support their organizations in optimizing customer interaction, operational efficiency and fraud prevention. There will be a strong focus on sharing use cases based on successful implementations and how to adapt them in the countries of the participants. The EAB is promising an inspiring workshop atmosphere with vital discussions and interactive presentations.

Several companies will be demonstrating their solutions to allow hands-on experiences. EAB also welcomes participants from key application providers who supply core or supporting applications in this space which are likely to benefit from leveraging Biometrics.

Various key speakers will reflect on key industry trends and how Biometrics can support these trends. There are many opportunities arising from the gradual shift away from desktop/notebook computing on smartphones and tablets. The seminar will also have a strong focus to share best practice of apps and web-based applications.

Contact: secretariat@eab.org
Web: www.eab.org

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