IPSL Switch Product Business Analyst Job in Kenya

Our Client, The Integrated Payment Services Limited (IPSL) is a payment services provider company and active in the financial services industry and at the strategic level is held together by a shared business philosophy.

The Company provides high volume transaction switching and settlement services for inter-bank transactions.

They are now inviting applications for dynamic professional to fill in the following position in their Nairobi office:

Switch Product Business Analyst

Reporting to the Products Manager, the Switch Product Business Analyst will support the Products Manager on the business side of Switch Product which covers both the strategy and operational aspects, liaise with customers to endure that their expectations are met and grow switch revenues according to budget and the business plan.

Jobs in Kenya 2018Principal Accountabilities:

  • Developing communication material to inform customers, stakeholders and the public on switch performance and activities
  • Suggesting new product innovations to drive value to customers, and stakeholders
  • Working with the Operations and Development Teams to ensure service expectations are in line with customer needs
  • Assisting the Products Manager in developing and implementing product strategy, planning for related products, value-added services and in new customer take-on including contract completion
  • Gathering switch performance statistics on Operations and Service levels
  • Compiling revenue performance statistics and reporting on them against targets
  • Maintaining the Product Manual and Pricing Book up to date
  • Liaising and co-ordinating internal support areas to deliver on the product plan
  • Developing customer requirements, specifications and Implementing the customer satisfaction monitoring and evaluation system
  • Preparing change requests within the switch processes in relation to customer requirements

IPSL Switch Product Business Analyst Job in Kenya


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Updated: January 11, 2018 — 9:44 pm