Bryce Elliott, executive vice president and chief information officer for wholesale and enterprise payments technology at Truist, joined the speaker faculty for the Bank Automation Summit U.S. 2023 and will be part of the panel “Solving data expandability issues through cloud” on Thursday, March 2, at 9:15 a.m. ET.

The panel discussion will dive into the latest in cloud modernization, rules for cloud implementation and implications for core systems.

Bryce Elliott, CIO for wholesale and enterprise technology at Truist

Elliott previously participated at the recent Bank Automation Summit Fall 2022 in Seattle, where he discussed how the $534 billion bank is leveraging cloud capabilities through the adoption of new messaging standards and data analytics.

Truist’s recent innovation efforts include the launch of Truist Foundry and new digital investment solutions Truist Trade, Truist Invest and Truist Invest Pro.

The Summit brings together U.S.-based industry experts to discuss banking automation and technology topics including how to address legacy core systems, businesses intelligence for banking and automating real-time payment processes.

Learn more about Bank Automation Summit U.S. 2023 and register here.

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