In today’s market, a lack of pricing transparency can, at times, make it difficult for senior financial officers to accurately scrutinize vendor contracts for costs and associated pricing fairness. Vendors do not publish list prices and non-disclosure agreements largely keep market pricing opaque. Negotiated discounts also routinely leave financial institutions paying above market rates.
Find out how to rise above these challenges during our upcoming webinar, Drawing Back the Curtain on Vendor Pricing: How to Adapt in Contract Negotiations. Co-founder and Principal at Cornerstone Advisors, Terence Roche will explain how you can adapt to this systemic vendor market peculiarity and better explore pricing approaches and market spend trends. Using hundreds of national data inputs, Terence will provide you with a more comprehensive understanding of:
• Current trends in market spending on tech and payments
• Insights into the pricing secrets found in the vendor market
• Contract negotiation tips and best practices on how to reach fair agreements
• How to identify specific points of leverage you can utilize during the negotiation process
Principal, Cornerstone Advisors
A co-founder of Cornerstone Advisors, Terence Roche brings to the firm 40 years of experience in bank operations and consulting. Terence has directly managed over 50 System Selection processes and written numerous Technology Plans. He has directed several Organizational Assessments and Process Redesign engagements, and he has performed assessments of corporate and functional job titles and incentive plans. He frequently works with Boards on governance issues.
Terence has been invited to speak before various bank, credit union and vendor conferences. He taught at banking schools for the Bank Administration Institute, America’s Community Bankers and the Credit Union Executives Society. He served as a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking and CUES Management Institute. He is among the authors of The Mid-Sized Bank Study 2002, The Cornerstone Report: Benchmarks & Best Practices for Mid-Size Banks and The Cornerstone Report: Benchmarks & Best Practices for Credit Unions. Terence is a regular contributing author for GonzoBanker, Cornerstone’s well regarded industry blog, and he has been published in numerous banking periodicals, including American Banker, BAI Banking Strategies, Bank Technology News, Independent Banker, and CU Management magazine, a CUES publication.
Prior to founding Cornerstone, Terence was a Managing Director at M ONE, Inc., where he built the firm's highly successful vendor selection practice. Before M ONE, Terence held several senior level positions at mid-size banks, including Retail Division Manager, Chief Information Officer and Human Resources Director.
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