Business Analyst

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia is a provincial Crown corporation established in 1973 to provide universal auto insurance to B.C. motorists. They are also responsible for driver licensing, and vehicle licensing and registration.

Intersection Safety Camera Program:

The primary objective of the I.C.B.C., Intersection Safety Camera Program was to gather business requirements for an estimated $13,800,000.00 project with the plan to rotate 30 red light cameras and deploy decoy units at 120 provincial and municipal intersections.

A team of two business analysts were engaged to jointly facilitate the JAD sessions and elicit requirements, determine business rules and obtain consensus with all participants to ensure a shared understanding.

Project Deliverables:

  • Produced an Impact Assessment for the ISC Program to estimate the effect that red light ticket volume would have on I.C.B.C., the ITCU, Motor Vehicles, Ministry of Attorney General, Municipalities, and External Agencies.
  • Developed an Implementation Plan to facilitate the integration of the ISC ticket processing with the Ticket Processing Management System for Photo Radar ticket processing at the ITCU.