A failed upgrade of the Central Bank, which left thousands unable to make payments may occur due to lack of proper testing, the report showed.
Computing giant IBM was called in to help the Bank after its system crashed in April, forcing TSB chief Executive Paul pester to recognize the lender was “on his knees”, as the crisis entered its second week.
In a report published by the Committee of the Treasury, IBM said it would expect “a world of rigor the design of the class [and] the test for the discipline” before the Bank carried out the migration.
Instead, however, he found that “testing has not provided sufficient proof of potential.”
He added: “IBM has not seen evidence of the use of a rigid system in productive…
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