The tablet event of the year kicks off November 13 in New York with the executive who helped Wells Fargo transition into online and mobile banking.
Steve Ellis is a bit of a mobile guru when it comes to mobile banking. The fast pace of Wells Fargo’s early move into online and mobile financial services, including tablets was due in large part to his commitment to fostering workplace creativity.
Ellis is executive vice president and group head of the Wells Fargo Wholesale Services Group, the commercial side of the company that includes commercial loan services, customer analytics, risk management, and mobile and social media strategies. Ellis was instrumental in launching Wells Fargo’s Commercial Electronic Office (CEO) Internet portal in 2000.
Wells Fargo was one of the first commercial banks to alter its web site for tablets and smartphones. The company has used tablets inside the organization for years, and is currently piloting a program that allows employees to walk the floor and serve customers with tablets in hand.
During his keynote, Steve will address the influence of mobile and tablets at Wells Fargo and how the bank uses tablet technology as a competitive advantage.
The latest in tablet innovations and strategies
Ellis headlines a growing list of mobile savvy speakers lined up for the second edition of TabTimes TabletBiz conference & expo. The event will be held on November 13 in New York at the Digital Sandbox Network Event Center, a short distance away from Wall Street.
The agenda includes presentations and panel discussions on key tablet issues for business and IT managers, mobile developers, and tablet app publishers.
Specific sessions include:
- Choosing your next tablet: The operational advantage
- Tablets in Retail & Commerce - Touch to sell
- Managing apps and data on your employees’ tablet
- The right way to build your tablet app
- App Promotion & Monetization: From discovery to ROI
If you are involved in a tablet project for a non-IT organization, you probably qualify for a "Tablet project manager" complimentary pass. Tablet developers and publishers may also qualify for a complimentary pass. (Please check the conditions that apply on the registration page.)
If you don’t qualify for this complimentary pass, TabTimes is offering an Early Bird special until September 30. So, consider registering now.