Breakout Sessions – Standard Track
These topics will run concurrently:
We’re Open for Business – A closer look at where we stand on our goal of delivering the best-in-class small business banking product. We will be providing a sneak peek on some newly developed Business Banking features.
Data, Decisions, and Insights with Flux – Learn how Flux improves your access to data and learn how Flux can be used to make data driven decisions.
The Road to Campaign Management – Overview of the journey from content today to campaigns tomorrow, with an emphasis on the 2018 roadmap for CMS 2.0 and Quick Apply.
Money Movement: Doing More with Your Payment Data – This session will provide key updates on all of Alkami money movement channels, including Bill Pay, Transfers, P2P and other emerging opportunities. Alkami’s product team will go beyond the basic functions and provide insights on how money movement data can be used to better understand the underlying data and your institution’s digital money flow.
Design Thinking at Alkami – Using design thinking to create a thoughtful relationship between digital banking and end-users.
- The What: Defining UX and Design Thinking
- The Why: Identifying the key problems we are trying to solve to help generate transformational design concepts
- The Who: Creating critical partnerships for success
Data Warehouse Integrations – A conversation about integrating the Alkami Data Warehouse with your Data Warehouse and your other external data sources. We will cover extracting data from and importing data into the Alkami EDW.
Alkami’s Platform: Isotope, Amethyst & the SDK – The vision of the Alkami Platform and SDK teams is to provide a solid foundation and extensible framework, in order to enable the building of exceptional digital banking functionality across a variety of platforms. In this session, we will review our efforts over the past year and our plans for 2018 in three key areas: Authentication, Event Management/Notifications, and the SDK.
Launch Best Practices – This session is great for those clients that are in some stage of implementation. Learn what Alkami does, and what you can do, to have a successful launch.
Alkami in the Cloud: Our AWS Future – The Alkami platform is getting a new address in 2018 — the AWS cloud. AWS is the largest infrastructure cloud in the world powering some of the largest domestic and global corporations in every industry, including many financial institutions. So why are we moving to AWS? Great question! Join us for an engaging session discussing all things cloud and Alkami, including the AWS cloud in detail, what it is, where it is, security, design, stability and uptime, performance, timelines and so much more.
Alkami Support – The journey to Alkami support through implementation and go-live, ending with post-live support. An insight into customer support and the tools and methods we use to serve and empower clients.
Breakout Sessions – SDK / Developer Track
These topics will run independently:
Microservices – Microservices allow an SDK developer to add a new service that can connect to external services or aggregate data from existing services. This session will reintroduce our microservices infrastructure and discuss our achievements in the last year. We will be looking at some advanced concepts in testing and monitoring the microservices as well.
Expanding the Client Admin Product – Adding Componentized Admin Widgets to Alkami is just as easy as adding them to web client. Now you can create administration screens for your microservices.
Iris 101 – Introducing the Alkami design system Iris. This session will introduce the available UI components, talk about the benefits of using it, and show how to integrate it into your widget.
SDK Installation Script – Announcement and demo of the SDK installation script which enables the installation of the SDK into the developer’s environment instead of working in a virtual machine.
Mobile SDK Development – How is the front end changing and what does that mean for you? We will be discussing the new application architecture and follow up by creating a standalone widget to talk to a microservice and integrate it with the mobile application.
Open Id and API via the SDK – Attendees will be learning how to develop a widget that works across desktop and mobile.
Event Management and Notifications (Amethyst) – Advanced microservices concepts and integration with the Amethyst. Handle events and give your users the ability to subscribe to your jobs. Do all of this in real-time and send formatted messages all through the SDK.
Converting an SDK Widget to Use Iris – One of the main benefits of using a design system is the speed at which you can compose UIs and complex interactions. This session will focus on converting an already existing widget to use Iris and discuss the benefits that come along with a conversion.