Wincor Nixdorf : 2013 – 2014

Wincor Nixdorf UK

September 2013 to December 2014:   Wincor Nixdorf Limited (UK)

One, The Boulevard, Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire. RG12 1WP

Website:   www.wincor-nixdorf.com

Position:   Project Manager, Professional Services – Banking Division –
Registered PRINCE2 Practitioner, Agile SCRUM and ITIL – vetted to BS7858:2012

mark_whitfield_wincor_nixdorf001Worked on-site at Lloyds Banking Group (LBG), Halifax as the IT Project Manager assigned to manage the Wincor Nixdorf work stream (£5+ million) as part of the LBG Self-Service Software Replacement (SSSR) programme.

This programme of change required the upgrade of the entire LBG ATM hardware estate to run Windows 7 (from XP) and to transfer the ATM driving responsibility away from BASE24 Classic on HP NonStop to Wincor’s ProClassic Enterprise (PC/E) on the AIX platform running Oracle. The project completion date is currently end of 2015 to fully implement all 3 phases.

I received an award from Wincor Nixdorf in recognition of my achievements on this project.

 Wincor PM Role includes:

  • Taking responsibility for leading the Agile delivery of a banking project (or smaller multiple projects) for Wincor Nixdorf (WN) Banking Professional Services customers (Barclays, LBG). This includes application code development and management, integration and migration and involves the responsibility for revenue and profit for WN and responsibility for the delivery of business change and benefit to the customer
  • The definition of each element of the project plan (Statement of Work (SoW), MS Project). The scheduling and management of all project activities, including the overall and detailed delivery schedules, project milestones and dependencies, acceptance criteria, quality criteria, commercial arrangements and financial parameters and management of sub-contractors / partners
  • Responsibility for the project budget (P&L and weekly T&M burn rates using MS Excel) and ensuring delivery against financial targets set with walkthroughs with the bank
  • Ensuring that all project ‘stakeholders’ (currently based in the UK, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands) are identified and sufficiently informed and involved during all stages of the project. Ensuring each individual ‘stakeholder’ provides high levels of personal and public support to the project
  • Establishing and agreeing robust acceptance criteria for each element of the project, and its individual streams, which can be used to measure project performance and ensuring appropriate levels of customer ‘sign off’
  • Management of project performance against the agreed and base lined plan and initiate ‘remedial’ action (or escalation), when required
  • Ensuring appropriate and timely project reporting and escalation (within WN and to the customer)
  • Ensuring the highest levels of customer satisfaction throughout the project life cycle
  • Ensuring the project is managed in accordance with the Wincor project management methodology, with regard to planning, control, status reporting, documentation, quality, change control, risk analysis and management
  • Management of all human resources assigned to the project to ensure high levels of performance

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