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Requirements Management Process

Requirement management is the process of capturing and justifying stakeholder’s wants & need. It is the process of documenting, tracing, prioritizing the requirements and then communicating them to relevant stakeholders. It is continuous process throughout a project. Requirement management begins with stakeholder analysis and elicitation techniques. Steps in Business Requirement …

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Gap Analysis

Gap Analysis: Gap refers the space between where we are and where we have to reach. Same like that, Gap analysis is a technique to identify the gap between the actual performance and desired performance of a business unit. *Where we are now (Current state). *Where we need to be …

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The Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

The Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring knowledge area needs to be considered as two complementary components. The BA Planning part focuses on preparing for effective execution of business analysis. A good understanding of project nature, business needs and objectives, as well as the required scale of changes to the existing …

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Requirement Management Process

Requirement Management Process The first phase of any project is to gather the requirements. This is the most basic, important and critical task for the project development. These requirements serve as the basis on which the entire system, business and application architecture is developed and delivered to the stakeholders of …

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Pre-sales process

The task of a pre-sales person starts from the initial contact phase and often ends once the customer has been acquired i.e. sale is made. In some cases, pre-sales also will provide some initial or post-sale transitional support. Pre-sales is a process in which we assess the requirement of the …

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Use Case Diagram.

Use Case Diagram. Unified Modeling Language is the modeling toolkit used by BA to build diagrams.Use case diagram is the primary form of system requirements for a new software program under developed. What is use case Diagram: Use case diagram gives us the picture of who is using the system …

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USER STORY VS USE CASE

If you are working for an agile project, do you write user stories, use cases, or both? Lets discuss each item in detail and then we will differentiate. User stories are not the same as use cases however they both serve a similar purpose of documenting and an understanding of …

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Stakeholder Analysis

In any project, it is very difficult to identify all of the organization and people who may have an impact on the project, and all those who may get impacted by the project. Stakeholders are all those who need to be considered in achieving project goals and whose participation and …

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Stakeholder Analysis

A stakeholder is any person or a group of persons or an organisation that is directly or indirectly effected or impacted by proposed IT solution. These stakeholders usually be grouped into the following categories, project stakeholders, business stakeholders, third party stakeholders and negative stakeholders. There are number of stakeholders involved …

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Disparity among Business Analyst & Data Analyst

A Business Analyst works with the technical team and acts as a medium of communication between the client stakeholders and technical team. He takes the ownership of project for successful project delivery. Business analyst analyse the business problems and opportunities in the context of the requirement. He is the point …

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