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About This Event

BMO Harris N.A. is a large commercial bank with more than $195 billion in assets. It has more than 600 branches across nine states and is a subsidiary of the prestigious Bank of Montreal.

After acquiring M&I Bank in 2010, BMO Harris began a series of business and technology merger activities that resulted in the identification of numerous legacy applications that were outdated or redundant. Many of these were running in read-only mode and being kept alive purely for access to their data. In order to address rising costs related to the growing number of legacy systems, BMO Harris developed a Data Retention and Decommissioning (DRD) program.

During the past seven years, they have decommissioned 16 applications, archived 4.3 terabytes of data, and saved over $10 million.

What You'll Learn

  • What BMO looked for in a solution
  • How BMO implemented its Data Retention and Decommissioning Program built on OpenText InfoArchive
  • Benefits of the DRD Program
  • Tips to make your data archiving and application decommissioning project a success

 

Meet the Presenters

George Florentine

George Florentine
VP, Technology, Flatirons Digital Innovations

George runs R&D and engineering at Flatirons. He oversees data archiving and application decommissioning projects with clients including banks, insurance providers, and credit card companies, bridging strategic business requirements and technical solution deployments.

Jim Monaco

Jim Monaco
Technical Lead, BMO Harris DRD Program, Flatirons Digital Innovations

Jim is the technical lead for BMO Harris and has completed multiple archiving and decommissioning projects with BMO Harris. He has more than 20 years of experience designing, developing, deploying, and maintaining enterprise information management solutions for clients across financial services and other regulated industries.

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