Over the course of the event, more than 8,000 technology and business professionals from around the world are expected to attend. At the conference, they will meet like-minded individuals and will hear the latest news and views from Google and their strategic partners. All attendees are welcome to participate in a series of invaluable working sessions designed to stimulate the very latest thinking in everything from cloud migration to machine learning and AI, plus innovative technologies such as distributed ledger technology (DLT) and blockchain.
GFT Genius sessions
GFT subject matter experts will be presenting our advanced suite of banking technology solutions at our exhibition stand (number P10) which is located in the main conference hall. The GFT Genius team will be presenting on how Tranquility Base will accelerate your cloud migration journey and sharing expertise and experiences in business critical areas including cloud migration strategy, the application of microservices, how to improve data management capabilities, blockchain and leveraging the power of AI and machine learning techniques.
GFT's primary goal is to be the financial services industry's 'go to partner' for all things cloud related. Building on our deepening relationship with Google, our strategy to achieve this objective is simple but highly effective. GFT is creating an ever-growing talent pool of over 1,000 fully certified Google trained professionals to accelerate the delivery of native cloud implementation, application development post migration and application evolution in the cloud. Subject matter expertise encompassing data management, machine learning and IT architecture, enables GFT to help their clients realise their technology estate transformation ambitions, faster and far cheaper than previously possible.
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