The PPI is an exciting transition for the prairie credit union system. This change to Payments as a Service (PaaS) with IBM takes us from our current state of payments to a future state that will offer greater benefits to credit unions. While change can be positive and transformative, it can also be stressful. A significant part of the PPI is to ensure credit unions are business ready and supported in the transition to PaaS. This section offers materials for reference through the transition.
The playbook provides an overview of how to conduct Organizational Change Management (OCM) within your credit union for the PPI’s deployment of the IBM Payment Centre Canada’s Payments as a Service (PaaS) solution.
There are five phases your credit union will progress through as you transition to the IBM Payments Canada Centre (IPCC) Payments as a Service (PaaS) model. This overview provides a snapshot of what each steps entails. A more detailed change management playbook is currently under development and will be shared once completed.
Wondering what the typical roles and responsibilities are needed in an organization to support a transition like this? This overview tells what roles are likely to be needed in the delivery of payments processes.
IBM has a robust business readiness framework based on best practices. Their model identifies seven business readiness enablers for people, business and technology aspects credit unions will be guided through as we transition to PaaS.
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