Planning your ISO 20022 implementation: Myths, best practice and advice
Most financial institutions have had some experience of working with ISO 20022, and many more will do so several times in coming years. From the experience of all the various projects thus far, there are emerging good, and bad, practices. Good strategic planning and architecture yields many benefits, including reduced time-to-market, improved STP and reduced project costs and risks. However – the opposite is also true; there are such things as bad implementations. This session takes a deep look into both the good and the bad, and will help you determine the right path for your own organisation’s needs.