Libor David (SOFTEC), Kristýna Dudková (Ernst & Young) a Peter Belica (SOFTEC)
Libor graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague and has been cooperating with SOFTEC since 2021 as a Digital Architect. Previously, he worked in Accenture's consulting division, from his beginnings to leading financial services in the region. He has participated in a number of digital transformations of major financial institutions in Central Europe, either as a consultant or an employee of the institution, and has also gained experience on projects in the USA. He also acts as a mentor to promising start-ups and cooperates with innovative start-up accelerators.
Kristýna is a senior regulatory expert in the Financial Services Consulting team at Ernst & Young, where he focuses on legal and regulatory issues of the financial sector, especially in the areas of consumer credit, digitization, payment services, anti-money laundering protection, insurance, etc. Kristýna holds a master's degree from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague.
Peter works at SOFTEC as an architect of native digital solutions in the NFINITY team (https://www.nfinity.digital). In the past, he has gone through various roles from developer, through team leader and consultant on major projects for financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies and brokerage groups. Thanks to this combination of different roles and financial institutions, it is a strong reinforcement in implementing the principles of digital contracting with our customers.
What are we going to talk about?
Many processes around us are now digital, what new can we bring and why do we dare to talk about it as a revolution? Remote operators have seen massive development and we consider the resulting disruptors to be the pinnacle of innovation. Branches and contact points have long used classic processes with pencil and paper, but even there it is now teeming with modern technology, tablets and electronic signatures. So why is it still long to operate and complicated and expensive? Why can't we discuss our needs with the banker in plain human language, simply, comprehensibly, and shake hands at the end? And is there a mistake in the processes or in the technology, are we technologically equipped to change?