APPTIO webinar on Technology Investment held March 13, 2023

The Asian Bankers Association (ABA) and Apptio, a technology business management company, invited fellow bank members, partners and friends to join the webinar on “Making Technology Investments Count: TBM for Banking” on 13 March 2023 at 11:30am IST | 2pm SGT.

For banks, it is crucial to maximize the value IT investments deliver while cutting costs. This webinar will help decode the intricacies of managing IT with Technology Business Management (TBM), discuss how the TBM discipline has helped financial services organizations in the Asia Pacific region, and shared some tools available to IT leaders today.

Mr. Eugene AcevedoABA Chairman, President & CEO Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RBRC) issued the Opening Remarks.

The webinar’s presenter was Matt Pinter, Regional Vice President for Solutions Consulting at Apptio for Asia Pacific and Japan. He is responsible for ensuring the success of customers across the region. Since joining Apptio in 2010, Matt has worked with a wide range of customers across APJ and the Americas, helping them adopt the disciplines and best practices of Technology Business Management. Additionally, Matt is responsible for providing product feedback into the Product Marketing and Product Management organizations based on unique customer requirements across the APJ region. Before joining Apptio, Matt was a Senior Consultant with Capgemini based out of Detroit, Michigan.

This webinar helped understand how TBM adoption and tools have helped organizations:


  • Cut IT spend to plan variance from 11% to 2-5%
  • Shorten IT planning cycles by 80%
  • Shift 2-5% of their IT budget from Run to Change
  • Reduce cloud costs by 30% and cloud cost analysis time by 75%
  • Align priorities across Finance, IT, and the Business
  • Surface under-utilized budgets and fund more critical initiatives
  • Reduce spending on non-strategic processes by 10-20%


Notes and video recording of the presentation can be viewed HERE.

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