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Data migration at Integration project



2019.03 – 2020.06

Undisclosed bank



MINDSPIRE’s banking data migration methodology including selected templates, data migration strategy and roadmap preparation, logical and physical mapping, dataset specific testing and rehearsals, documentation, reporting, error handling and cutover planning.

Project scope and targets

The data migration project was part of the integration, aiming to implement the new, joint business and IT operation of bank.

A completely automated banking data migration process was designed, implemented and executed during the IT merge, to ensure smooth transition to the new architecture, and transfer all required data from the legacy systems to the merged bank.

MINDSPIRE took key role in the analysis, design and implementation of data transformation process, using its standard banking data migration methodology and toolset.

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Our main contribution to the project

Leading the data migration conceptual design, creating the data migration strategy and implementation roadmap.

Collecting requirements and logical mapping rules of the dataset specific transformations.

Physical implementation and documentation of the transformation rules in MINDSPIRE DELTA banking data migration tool.

Execute mock data migrations, support technical and business rehearsals by providing test data, error reports, documentation and perform bug-fixing.

Support rollout planning and execution of live banking data migration process.

Support reconciliation process with customized reports.

Project organization and roles

The data migration at integration project team consisted of both Hungarian and Bulgarian colleagues. Banks’s colleagues and several vendors delegated their subject matter experts in different Working Groups.

For delivering our banking data migrations scope, we set up a separate on-site team, with project manager, data migration expert, dataset owners and technical analysts. The MINDSPIRE data migration team was integrated part of the Data Migration Workgroup, lead by bank IT.

Planning and monitoring of data migration tasks was performed in cooperation with the Banking PMO, including delegates from MINDSPIRE and bank HQ.

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Banking Data Migration Toolset

The tools used for the data migration at integration project: MINDSPIRE DELTA banking data migration tool.

Our main involvement areas

  • Banking Data Migration Strategy and Roadmap preparation,
  • Implementation of data transformation process,
  • Support reconciliation,
  • Post data migration support,
  • Banking Project Manager and Quality Assurance

MINDSPIRE profiles involved

  • Banking Project Manager
  • Data Migration Expert
  • Data Migration Analysts
  • Technical analysts
  • Development support
  • Quality Assurance
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Our Clients Said

Rostislav Zdravkov

Rostislav Zdravkov

MIG WG Leader

“MS is a company that highly cares about performing as a team and vendor partner to produce excellence for their clients. They demonstrated enthusiasm and professionalism while providing high quality Migration services throughout the execution of Odessos project for merging two of the biggest Bulgarian banks – EXB and DSK.”

Predrag Vasić

Predrag Vasić

Member of the Executive Board in charge of IT and Operations (COO) - OTP banka Srbija

“After our previous successful integration project in 2019 we continued with a more complex bank merge when COVID-19 caused unexpected challenges. Based on the previous positive experiences, we continued to use MINDSPIRE's services in the fields of data migration and program management in the Sirius Project as well and they clearly showed that by working from home and using collaboration tools, they can do the job as efficiently as by working on the bank's premises.”

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