Financial & Banking
Scotiabank International is one of North America’s premier ﬁnancial institutions. Founded in 1832 in Halifax, Novia Scotia, the institution's 90,000 employees serve approximately 23 million customers around the world through Scotiabank Group and its afﬁliates. The bank maintains three major business lines: Domestic Banking, International Banking, and Scotia Capital. International Banking Systems (IBS) serves the international unit’s information technology needs. The Bank’s International Banking business line operates in more than 40 countries and includes ofﬁces in the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, Latin America, and Asia.
With such a large geographically distributed infrastructure, IBS found it increasingly important to introduce division-wide processes for change management. The bank launched the Change Management Strategy refresh project to better manage its IT processes and support infrastructure. The overall objective was to standardize and bring greater structure and repeatability into its change process.
- Centralized information ﬂow through the entire application lifecycle
- Streamlined and documented change processes across multiple global sites
- Identiﬁed and proactively resolved potential change-related problems
- Software Change Management
- IT Service Management
- IT Compliance
Senior Change and Risk Manager