- Brian Hurdis is wrestling with a compliance case, and the stakes are every bit as high as they are for most business cases.
Hurdis, senior executive vice president and chief information officer for Metavante Corp.,
is immersed in a multi-millio......Full article >>>
volving an enterprise implementation across multiple business units.
It helps that Hurdis, a 20-year banking and technology professional, serves on the company's Executive Committee. But with multiple user constituencies, he has several layers of communication to contend with. There is his internal constituency of network architects, about 800 people strong, and the 1,700 developers and o......Full article >>>
ted to top tier vendors.
"We had to stick with the top vendors because companies like Gartner and Forester and others really have managed some of that analysis, so we know who are the top players in any of these technology areas," Hurdis said.
Metavante selected TriCipher
, which will have to meet vendor performance criteria. Metavante has n......Full article >>>
e communicated to banks so that they had plenty of lead time to do their planning," he explained. "Our change management process has a lot to do with communication, and all those milestones were built into the program."
Even when making a compliance case, Hurdis tries to align the project with an expense management component. Measures of success include t......Full article >>>
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