Join the team from Mastercard, as they share how they successfully delivered a complex transformation for global acquisition that involved both complex infrastructure and application, across all regions (EU. APAC, NA) using mixed project methodologies, including Scaled Agile (Safe) and Waterfall frameworks.
This multimillion dollar project delivered countless benefits, and spearheaded by the Brisbane team, won international awards and appreciation at senior leadership level. This complex program of work implemented cutting edge technology and involved infrastructure development, API development, and high tech network connectivity for split second processing.
During this event the project managers of this project share their lessons learned. Experience is the best teacher and what better way to learn from one of the leading financial institutions.
Craig Hayes is Senior Vice President, Business Operations for Mastercard Payment Gateway Services (PGS). In this role he is responsible for the payment acceptance and fraud platforms deployed globally within the PGS product suite, with regional teams in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe.
Hayes joined the Mastercard acquired company, Datacash, in 2013 as the General Manager of Operations, based in Cape Town, South Africa. Since then, Mr. Hayes has held various leadership positions within the PGS business unit as it expanded with the acquisition of the TNSPay business and the incorporation of the Mastercard Internet Gateways Services (MiGS) business. These responsibilities included the consolidation and transformation of the global customer support functions of the various combined businesses, for which Mr. Hayes won the Operations & Technology President’s Award: Grand Prize for Leadership Excellence in 2016.
Mr. Hayes holds a Master of Business Administration from Management College of South Africa, a Management Advancement Program certification from Wits Business School, and a Materials Engineering degree from University of Cape Town.
Ben Cheviot currently heads up the Strategic Program Management team for Mastercard’s Payment Gateway Services global program. For the past 3 years, Ben has been driving change within the program, overseeing the successful delivery of integrating our strategic M&A out of the APAC region. Upon completing his MSc with University of Queensland, Ben started his professional career as a Web developer and DBA for a small tourism company based on the Gold Coast, before progressing through the Mining sector and entering Financial services in 2016.
The venue for this location is sponsored by BDO in Queensland.
Time: 05:45 PM - 08:30 PM Date: Thursday, 25th July 2019 Registration Cut-off: 12:00 Noon, 25th July 2019