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Wednesday
Feb272013

March Meeting: Bottoms Up with Your Top Down - Vantiv Agile Approach

In this presentation, Andy will discuss the roll out of Agile development within Vantiv and the challenges associated with it.  You will hear about the support model and strategy, as well as a real life view of the pains and victories for the transformation.

Andrew Gallimore is the Methods & Practices Director for Vantiv.  Andrew has spent many years in the area of business analysis and project delivery.  Andrew’s exposure to a formal Agile approach (SCRUM) took place in 2010 while working for Cardinal Solutions Group.  Prior to 2010, Andrew practiced the principles of Agile from the inception of his development experience while starting up small development teams for small projects at 5/3 Bank.  Andrew has also played many roles from development, analysis, testing, project management, trainer, and much-much more.

Today, Andrew is helping to lead the charge in a companywide Agile Transformation at Vantiv.  This transformation includes a full scale view of the impacts of Agile both from new development to run the business type of work.

When: March 14, 2013  (Second Thursday).
Networking: 5:30-6pm.
Program: 6-7:30pm.
Where: Max Training. 4900 Parkway Drive Suite 160 , Mason (Cincinnati), OH 45040

PMP's: This event counts for 1 (one) PDU

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Come early to enjoy the networking before the meeting! You have an opportunity to meet someone new every month. 
            

Andy presented to the Agile Cincinnati Group about Vantiv's recent decision to adopt Agile. Andy shared Vantiv's approach: support from the "C-Level" and the "wins" they had experienced already by March. Thanks Andy for showing us what the title of your presentation meant!! 

                
 

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