Business Analysis

Our Primary aspect of ‘Business Analysis’ is to elicit, analyze and validate the requirements for changes to business processes, information systems, and policies. Our Professional approach in performing Business Analysis plays a big role in moving an organization towards efficiency, productivity, and profitability. Identifying and then prioritizing technical and functional requirements Tops Our ‘Business Analysis’ Team’s List of Responsibilities.

Our ‘Business Analyst’ (BA) used to ask:  What do the systems need to do, how do they do it, who do we need to get input from, and how do we get everyone to agree on what we need to do before we go and do it? Our BA’s life revolves around defining requirements and prioritizing requirements and getting feedback and approval on requirements.


The foremost priority for Our ‘Business Analyst’ will be to try understanding following things:
  • Understand what the business does and how it does
  • Determine how to improve existing business processes
  • Creating a detailed business analysis, outlining problems, opportunities, and solutions for a business
  • Defining business requirements and reporting them back to stakeholders
  • Identify the steps or tasks to support the implementation of new features
  • Design the new features to implement
  • Analyze the impact of implementing new features
  • Implement the new features

Skills of a Good Business Analyst

  • Analytical skills: An outstanding analytical skill will separate out a good business analyst. A good part of BA role includes analyzing data, workflow, user or stakeholders inputs, documents, etc.
  • Leadership skills: Directing team members, forecasting budget, helping team members with the problem, etc.
  • Business process and planning: Planning the project scope, understanding and implementing the requirement of the project, identifying resources required for the project and so on.
  • Technical skill: If a business analyst is in the IT sector, few technical aspects are expected to know like operating systems, hardware capabilities, database concepts, networking, SDLC methodology, etc.

Additional Important skills and experience for a business analyst are:

  • Oral and written communication skills
  • Interpersonal and consultative skills
  • Facilitation skills
  • Analytical thinking and problem solving
  • Being detail-oriented and capable of delivering a high level of accuracy
  • Organizational skills
  • Knowledge of the business structure
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Requirements engineering
  • Costs benefit analysis
  • Processes modeling

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