NAB hosts its own international tech conference



NAB has successfully delivered its inaugural Tech@NAB conference this week, a new and innovative idea for NAB and the banking sector.

NAB CIO, David Boyle, said the event brought together more than 300 people from across the NAB group with an innovation agenda tailored entirely for NAB.

“Tech@NAB was about providing our people a view of current and future technology trends as well as how we’re using digital innovation to deliver a better customer experience.

“At NAB, we know that our business is a digital one and that technology is no-longer just for the IT experts, it’s for our whole business. Tech@NAB was about making sure that our entire business is digitally savvy.

“Tech@NAB was a truly innovative idea that utilised our technology partners to successfully bring the outside world in,” David said.

This two-day event held in Melbourne showcased guest speakers from a range of technology partners.



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