Using Unique Mobile Capabilities, Make It Simpler and Easier to Bank

Hosted by the Financial Communications Section.

This interactive discussion is not currently available. Email the Professional Development Department to inquire about future availability of this program.

Category: Emerging Trends

Mobility offers an unprecedented opportunity to simplify task completion and access to personalized, contextual information. In this teleseminar Rohit will cover overall mobility trends in the banking space and also provide insights about how unique mobile capabilities can be leveraged to maximize the mobility opportunity for consumers as well as bankers.

Please note that you must be an active member of the Financial Communications Section to register for this brown bag discussion. PRSA members, join the Financial Communications Section today.


Marcia DiStaso, Ph.D., APR, associate professor, Penn State

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Marcia W. DiStaso, Ph.D., joined the communications faculty at Penn State in the fall 2007. DiStaso began teaching in 2002 and has more than 10 years of practical experience, including positions in corporate nonprofit and agency public relations. Marcia is the current PRSA Financial Communications Section chair. She is also a Senior Research Fellow, Arthur W. Page Center and the Associate Editor, IPR Social Media Research Center.



Rohit Sharma, head of mobility practice, Virtusa

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Sharma works with clients to develop their mobility product and solutions from concept to launch. His key focus and perspective is to exploit and leverage what is unique about mobility to drive differentiated enterprise and consumer apps. As such he focuses on capabilities such as voice, image processing, geo –location and visualization. Prior to starting the mobility practice ground up, Sharma was a lead technology consultant with Virtusa and provided technology leadership across several large mission critical engagements across banking, financial, telco and retail sectors.