Banking Digital Transformation: Stockman’s Journey from Brittle Architecture to a Platform for Innovation

IT, Technology, & Operations

Community financial institutions (CFIs) are urgently racing to become innovation shops that can deliver new products and services to the market quickly and frequently. In this Webinar, Kevin Guenthner, CIO of Stockman Bank, discusses the strategies he has successfully applied to deliver digital transformation to financial institutions. Many CFIs struggle to accomplish this when hobbled by legacy architecture and technology, but Kevin will help you understand how to attack that problem head on and how to win. 

Who Should Attend: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Officers, Innovation Officer, Customer Engagement Executives 

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss strategies to develop a plug & play architecture
  • Enable vendor independence
  • Launch the CFI on its digital transformation


Charles Colt
VP of Customer Engagement

Charles is responsible for delivering successful business outcomes to ModusBox customers ranging from community financial institutions to Fortune-100 enterprises and owns the global customer success program for the company. He leads a team of elite technology professionals who deliver digital transformation, enterprise integration, and banking core modernization practices for community financial institutions around the country. Charles closely partners with ModusBox’s sales & solutions team to ensure that the very first contact with the company is one that provides immediate value for its customers.
Charles brings more than 27 years of IT experience including 13 years of delivering successful customer engagements with MuleSoft – a top-tier integration platform. He has managed dozens of MuleSoft engagements for organizations of every size and maturity level from global fortune 50 companies to small startups. In addition to managing MuleSoft engagements, Charles has the unique perspective of having been a MuleSoft customer, vendor, employee, and partner. As a result, he has extensive domain knowledge of what it takes to be successful with integration and digital transformation. 

Kevin Guenthner
Stockman Bank

Kevin currently leads IT, strategic planning and bank operations at Stockman Bank. Previously, Kevin served as the CIO for a regional, publicly-traded bank holding company. Kevin has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, with more than 20 years at the executive level. He brings a broad range of skills and expertise, including strategic planning, technology, operations, and running a bank service center. He has consistently pushed for new and innovative ways to better leverage technology. Over the years, Kevin’s mantra has been “All technology decision are really strategic business decisions.” 

Kevin earned his BS in Accounting from Montana State University – Bozeman, is a graduate of the ABA CEO Lab, and an honors graduate from the Pacific Coast Graduate School of Banking. He is an active community volunteer and over the years, has been instrumental in building youth soccer programs in Billings. He currently serves as a volunteer youth soccer coach. 

Webinar Fees

Pricing For Price Season Pass
Bank Member $195 $0
Bank Nonmember $249 $0
Affiliate Member $195 $0
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Additional Info

Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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