Bryce Elliott, Truist’s chief information officer for wholesale and enterprise payments, will join the panel “In the Air: How to Develop for the Cloud in Order to Enable Technology Strategy” on Monday, Sept. 19, at 10 a.m. UTC at Bank Automation Summit Fall 2022. The summit will be held Sept. 19-20 at the Hyatt Olive in Seattle.
The panel will discuss cloud-enabling legacy and core applications, including a look at how to leverage the cloud to drive results, microservices for cloud deployment, and the role of containerization’s role in cloud development.
Elliott joins BAS Fall 2022 after participating in Bank Automation Summit Spring in Charlotte, N.C., where he shared how Truist had retained the treasury systems from both BB&T and SunTrust banks after their merger.
“What we realized was that neither one was good enough for Truist,” Elliott said. “But we’re building a new [treasury system].”
Elliott leads technology strategy for wholesale and B2B clients, running operations initiatives and administering automation solutions at the $544 billion Charlotte-based bank. He also oversees the movement of $17 trillion annually, with a focus on payment hub technologies.
Prior to the merger, Elliott served as chief technology officer for wholesale payment and technology at Atlanta-based SunTrust, where he helped integrate the cloud solution nCino into the bank’s commercial lending capabilities. He was also instrumental in the bank’s SmartGUIDE online mortgage product.
Elliott previously served as senior vice president and CIO at Prospect Mortgage, where he managed a $20 million annual spend. He also spent more than 17 years at Bank of America in leadership roles for technology lead flow, platform architecture construction, and application development for real estate and general customer segments.