Thursday, 22 November 2012

Business Analyst

Business Analyst
Business Analyst (BA) is a place or role in an organization that carries out tasks of business analysis.

Business Analyst Tasks

Typical tasks include:

  • Requirements of the stakeholders determine
  • Manage Requirements
  • Communicate requirements
  • Reusable requirements identify
  • Prepare requirements for approval
  • Manage changes in requirements
  • The actual condition of the company to determine
  • Existing problems / opportunities describe
  • Defining Goals
  • Existing capacity and potential skills gaps analysis
  • Solutions design
  • Outline possible solutions as improvements
  • Define the extent of solution
  • Create a business case
  • Prioritize requirements
  • Specify requirements
  • Requirements model
  • Requirements (check the quality of the content) verify
  • Requirements (check for compliance with the goals) validate
  • Proposed solutions or used to check whether they cover the needs identified

Specific tasks of the business analysts for business processes can be: work flow diagrams and business process models to develop, analyze business process analysis, requirements and demand, improve business processes and increase the efficiency of the test system model, describing interface for software development, implementing new processes, ensure quality, with faculty and staff communicate and educate these

Access Requirements

A study of fields such as economics, computer science or industrial engineering may be necessary but may be a business analysis certificate (see certificate).


The International Institute of Business Analysis offers two certifications for Business Analyst: Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA) and Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP).

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