Risk technology implementation typically involves technical specifications; solution development/ configuration; testing; deployment; and rollout of the target state business processes. On any technology implementation, there will be required a range of different resources in order to successfully complete the implementation, such as:
- Overall integrated programme management
- Business subject matter experts (risk process experts, quantitative experts etc)
- Business delivery experts (professional business analysis, business architects etc)
- The client’s internal technology teams
- External technology vendor teams
We offer all necessary business consulting capacity required to ensure successful delivery. This will typically include the integrated programme management, subject matter expert and business delivery expert teams. However, even where other teams are also providing resource capacity into the project (e.g. internal technology, vendors etc), we partner with our clients to take full ownership for delivery on a partnership basis.
These services relating to support for technology implementations form an integral part of the wider InteDelta Delivery Lifecycle. Technology implementation follows seamlessly from the Solution Definition phase of an engagement drawing on the key outputs of both the business and functional requirements and the Solution Definition phases, for example:
- The business and functional requirements and Solution Definition form the basis of technical design and data model definition
- The business and functional requirements and Functional Component Model form the basis of business test case definitions
- The business case forms the basis of the key success metrics for assessing the initiative through its delivery
Our approach to managing risk technology implementations incorporates a rigorous project management methodology for the implementation of systems, specifically tailored to the needs of risk management technology implementations for financial institutions.