Business Analysis

Every project starts with doing a groundwork. In order to realize the project to its maximum potential and be competitive on the market – one needs a strategic approach with deep insights. That is what business analysis is for.

Business analysis

Ensuring success in your projects.

Our business analysis service examines the current position of your organisation in terms of what it needs to facilitate progress. Our programme identifies appropriate requirements and defines and validates solutions in order to meet those needs.

Getting business analysis right is vital to project success. Our business analysis service gives you access to our most experienced business analysts, who boast years of expertise in industry-standard techniques (for example, UML) and development methodologies such as Agile.

How can Business Analyst Help?

We understand that you know your business well and have its best interests in mind. However, when it comes to development, it is the Business Analyst’s job to clearly define your ideas in technical terms so that developers can create the product you expect. Business Analyst serves as an interlink between the client and the development team that allows realizing every aspect of the project as close to the envisioned as possible.

There are two types of Agile business analysis involved in the project. One is required at the Presale Phase when we provide a detailed estimate of the project development process and team required for the task. The other business analysis is done further down in the process during Inception Phase when it’s time to write technical documentation and create use cases and data flows. While you can have your own BA, you can also get business analysis outsourcing services on the development provider’s side.

Elements of the Business Analysis Service

Business Analysis Benefits

Our service is designed to help you understand your business and deliver real, measurable benefits using:

  • Elicitation – working with stakeholders to identify and understand their needs, concerns and work environment in order to ascertain actual requirements rather than desires.
  • Requirements analysis – prioritisation and progressive elaboration of stakeholder and solution requirements so a project team can implement a plan that will meet the needs of both sponsors and stakeholders. 
  • Methods and approach – helping your organisation decide how best to document and manage requirements to achieve the business benefits you desire. 
  • Process and data modelling – building business models that depict your organisation now and also examine its future potential. 
  • Documentation – assessing your business scenario, including functional and non-functional requirements, business process flow, key business data and the business rules that impact on your day-to-day operations. 
  • Issue and risk management – identifying project issues and risks and seeking prompt resolution.