Business Analysis and Project Management
What is Technical Business Analysis: The technical business analyst’s primary objective is to help businesses implement business processes and technology solutions in order to improve business efficiency and compliance to various mandates. The Technical Business Analyst has a strong background in Business and Technology.
- Requirements are the core of the Business Analysis. Requirements gathering is performed by holding meetings with various business units, stakeholders, partners,…
- Evaluate reporting needs, making sure the designs accommodate the reports stakeholders need.
- Evaluate Integration needs with various company internal or external / third party systems.
- Evaluate Security requirements (Create User Roles, evaluate firewall needs both server and external to server, make sure latest software patches are installed,…
- Create screen mockups to visually represent the designs to stakeholders
- Create a transition and data migration roadmap from the old system to the new system.
- Translation of requirements into Business Requirements Documents, Specifications Documents, and Use Cases, including creating prototypes for back-end, middle-tier and front-end systems. Following best design practices.
- Recommend and implement SDLC processes. We recommend Agile methodologies, defined Sprint cycles and bi-weekly or daily Scrum meetings
- Create Project Plans based on defined Sprints
- After approval of created documents by IT and Business Departments, working with developers to make sure the coding is done according to the requirements.
- At the end of each Sprint, help plan the testing of the created software product with various stakeholders
- Perform Acceptance Testing by various stakeholders
- Work with developers, system administrators, stakeholders to place the deployment to the Production Systems and go live.
- Monitor processes after go-live, work with stakeholders making sure all systems work as expected.
What is Project Management: The Project Manager is responsible for the success or failure of a project. Typical responsibilities of a project manager include: Creating Projects Plans, Executing, Delivering, Closing Projects and managing the budget throughout the process. Project management is important because it ensures proper expectations are set around what can be delivered, by when, and for how much. Effective project managers should be able to negotiate reasonable and achievable deadlines and milestones across stakeholders, teams, and management.