What I learned through a major migration, in mostly non-technical terms.
By Chris Smith, VP of Technology at PartnerPath
A few years out of college, back when I wore a tie every day, I worked on a massive system conversion implementation for a bank. The project was a 12-month slog ending with t-shirts that read, “I survived the Hermes system conversion.” Fast forward a few decades and another major migration project presented itself. PartnerPath is always looking to evolve our solutions and we decided to change our hosting environment. Our choice was prompted by a desire to take advantage of advancements in cloud hosting, including elastic scalability, load balancing, redundancy and other techie buzz terms. With the successful migration now behind us, I see parallels in how we administered our changes with how we encourage customers to approach PRM changes.