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ADASTRA +1 or How YOU generate additional value in the project lifecycle - Петър Кацаров, ADASTRA ADASTRA +1 or How YOU generate additional value in the project lifecycle - Петър Кацаров, ADASTRA Presentation Transcript

  • Confidential Adastra +1 or How YOU generate additional value in the project lifecycle Be IT Conference May 21, 2014 Prepared for Adastra Bulgaria Prepared by Peter Katzarov, TM July Karchev, AM
  • 2 Confidentiality Statement ©2014 Adastra Corporation. All rights reserved. This document and its contents remain the exclusive property of Adastra Corporation. The information in this document is provided solely for the purpose of evaluation by the organization it has been prepared for (identified on Slide 1). Neither the document nor any of its contents is to be duplicated or shared without explicit written authorization from Adastra Corporation.
  • 3 Table of Contents  About Adastra  Adastra Values  The Adastra Consultant  EDW  Application in the context of a Project  Enjoy the special fun part and win our Adastra Gift by sharing your personal, unique +1
  • 4 About Adastra
  • 5 Adastra Fast Facts
  • 6 PROJECTS in 30+ countries Adastra Group Albania Australia Austria Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Belarus Bulgaria Canada China Croatia Czech Republic Germany Ghana Greece Hungary India Kazakhstan Kosovo Malta Montenegro Nigeria Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Ukraine United Kingdom United States Vietnam Prague CZ London UK Frankfurt DE Bratislava SK Montreal CA New York USA Moscow RU Varna BG Wolfsburg DE Toronto CA Sofia BG
  • 7 Among Canada’s Best 2005, 2006, 2007 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013… Since 2005
  • 8 Global Local Clients
  • 9 Technologies and Expertise
  • 10 Business Information Management BA Business Analysis QA Quality Assurance DQ Data Quality ETL Data Integration DM Advanced Analytics & Data Mining MDM Master Data Management BD Big Data PM Project Management SA Solution Architecture BI Business Intelligence DG Data Governance Information Management at a glance
  • 11 Adastra Values Vision Mission Objectives
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  • 14 The Adastra Consultant
  • 15 Role of an Adastra Consultant The Adastra Consultant is a dynamic individual delivering value to Adastra’s customers in every role! •Documentation •Communicate! •Keep up-to-date •Understand the big picture •Communicate! •Take ownership •Show leadership •Deliver Quality •Communicate! •Needs •Environment •Standards Customer understanding Delivery ClosureExplore
  • 16 Respect Client Policies and Practices Be Value Driven and Action Oriented Be Generous with Praise and Careful with Criticism Resolve Conflicts in an Appropriate Manner Take Making and Keeping Commitments Seriously Take Accountability for Mistakes Keep Confidences Language Dress for Success Treat People with Courtesy and Respect Your Online Image Adastra Consultant Consultant Behavior & Ethics
  • 17 Adastra Plus One Adastra Consultants go an ‘’extra mile’’ • to provide creative, novel solutions that stand out • and flexibly set and juggle priorities, multiple tasks and projects • to develop a “sixth sense” for issue solving • to understand the big picture and hidden risks or dependencies • to learn rapidly and proactively to stay “one step ahead” in knowledge and ideas • to seek out new challenges
  • 18 EDW
  • 19 Example of EDW DWH Core banking system 1 Core banking system 2 Front-office applications Group extracts Landing Area Staging Layer Integration Layer Load Parameters Manual Inputs Working Area Error Records LA L0 L1 MI MD ER WR API ... API On-line channles API L2 GL API Middleware APIAPI XLS CSV Salesforce Controling Risk analyst Marketing analyst Customer unification engine Online Service Customer Cleansing Logic Unification logic ICT External datamarts Regulatory reports BI Tool Semantic Layer Analytical Layer Analytst ICT Party Address Contact Point Agent/Channel Contract Account Collateral Product Ownership Balances Contract Facts Transactions Fees Campaign Repayment plans Payments Deals Business (Sales) MIS Controlling Profitability Risk &Fraud Targeting & Analysis 1:1 table copies Batch data flow Online data flow Database Component (process, schema) System Legend
  • 20 Environments
  • 21 Project Initiation
  • 22 Project Initiation Requirements analysis Detailed requirements specification Identification of: Stakeholders Dependencies Restrictions  KYC (Know Your Customer) 17 new attributes 14 tables 4 sources
  • 23 KYC FATCA 17 new attributes 9 new attributes 14 tables 6 tables 4 sources 5 sources The extra mile Project Initiation
  • 24 Project Planning
  • 25 Project Planning Scope Timeline Resources UAT environmentThe extra mile
  • 26 Technical Specifications
  • 27 Technical Specifications Detailed analyses Impact analyses Data quality Dependencies and data flow analyses Result document  Transformation specification  Mapping specification  System extract specification  Common warehouse controls  Exception handling  Data patch specification
  • 28 Technical Specifications The extra mile Reduce transformation Predict data quality issues Optimize data flow Optimize data extraction The extra mile
  • 29 DBA
  • 30 Data Base Administration Planning and development  Changes  Backup  Synchronization Check data volumeThe extra mile
  • 31 ETL
  • 32 Extract Transform Load Planning and Development  Technical architecture  Unit test  Schedule  Implementation Create common tools Fix some existing issues Predict some implementation issues The extra mile
  • 33 QA
  • 34 Quality Assurance Planning and Development:  Test case  System integration test  User acceptance testing  Development Optimize test scenario Data analyses The extra mile
  • 35 The Magic Triangle
  • 36 The Magic Triangle BA ETLQA
  • 37 Implementation
  • 38 Implementation Pre-implementation activities Code drop Implementation steps Data patch
  • 39 Support
  • 40 Example of EDW DWH Core banking system 1 Core banking system 2 Front-office applications Group extracts Landing Area Staging Layer Integration Layer Load Parameters Manual Inputs Working Area Error Records LA L0 L1 MI MD ER WR API ... API On-line channles API L2 GL API Middleware APIAPI XLS CSV Salesforce Controling Risk analyst Marketing analyst Customer unification engine Online Service Customer Cleansing Logic Unification logic ICT External datamarts Regulatory reports BI Tool Semantic Layer Analytical Layer Analytst ICT Party Address Contact Point Agent/Channel Contract Account Collateral Product Ownership Balances Contract Facts Transactions Fees Campaign Repayment plans Payments Deals Business (Sales) MIS Controlling Profitability Risk &Fraud Targeting & Analysis 1:1 table copies Batch data flow Online data flow Database Component (process, schema) System Legend
  • 41 Thank You!