A preview at the fireside program including United States Bank’s Eslick at the upcoming Bank Automation Summit

What occurs when a PhD from MIT enters a bank’s engineering operation?

Ian Eslick is going to inform participants at the upcoming Bank Automation Summit. (Hint: It has something to do with systems believing.)

Ian Eslick, primary innovation officer for business architecture and engineering at United States Bank

The MIT graduate, who is now the primary innovation officer of business architecture and engineering at United States Bank, the fifth-largest bank in the nation, will go over 4 broad subjects throughout his fireside chat at the Summit:

  • How to talk danger and compliance from an innovation point of view;
  • DevOps for the cloud platform;
  • Data-driven governance; and
  • United States Bank’s file automation procedures.

Click here to see the complete Bank Automation Summit Fall 2022 program.

Eslick, who signed up with United States Bank in 2019, just recently has actually been associated with a significant process-reengineering effort at USB, along with dealing with data-standardization at the bank, an effort that needs paperwork automation at scale. He’s been engaged with “the chess game of trying to help the company transform,” as he puts it.

During the fireside chat at BAS Fall 2022, look the special method Eslick thinks of procedures, automation and the future of banking and United States Bank — believing that has actually just progressed because his time at MIT.

United States Bank’s innovation and interactions invest in the 2nd quarter of this year grew to $350 million, a 0.3% consecutive boost, although a reduction of 3.3% on a year-over-year basis, according to the bank.

Bank Automation Summit Fall 2022, occurring Sept. 19-20 in Seattle, is an essential occasion on automation and automation innovation in banking. Learn more and sign up for Bank Automation Summit Fall 2022.


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