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Equivalence Testing

Equivalence Testing As the name suggest, it means equivalent in the value or the function. The role of business analyst in every project apart from defining, analyzing and documenting requirements also require to be hands on till the successful completion of the project. Equivalence test is used to assess that …

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Communication Method

Communication Method As a Business Analyst the key factor that differentiates from other roles is the test of their communication skills. It has to be effective in both verbal and written form so that every stakeholder understands about the requirement which the client is looking for. There can be no …

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Communication plan

What is communication plan? A communication plan is an arrangement driven way to deal with stakeholders data. The arrangement formally characterizes who ought to be given specific data, when that data ought to be conveyed and what communication channels will be utilized to convey the data A successful communication plan …

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Brainstorming techniques

What is Brainstorming? The basic idea behind brainstorming is to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its member(s). In other words, brainstorming is a situation where a group of people meet to generate new ideas and solutions around a specific …

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Enterprise analysis

What is Enterprise analysis ? Enterprise analysis is to intercept problems affecting organization/business,define requirement which will improve productivity of business by providing solution scope with amount of risk involved and providing business case Enterprise evaluation allows the Business Analyst to pick out the enterprise need and define the solution scope …

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Types of Requirements

A requirement is a need of the client. It is something that acts as the purpose to meet the needs. It will transform into a solution through various stages of SDLC. The types of requirements are Business Requirements Stakeholder Requirements Solution Requirements Transitional Requirements   Business Requirements – Business Requirements …

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Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution

The  purpose of Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution is to estimate the potential value for each design option and to establish which one is the most appropriate to meet the enterprise’s requirements. It assesses the business value associated with a potential solution and compares different options, including trade-offs, to …

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Where do we find requirements?

  Where do we find requirements?……. Well to know where we find the requirements…! Firstly we need to know what is a Requirement? A requirement is nothing but a need of a client, It serves as a foundation of systems or system components. In other words we can say that …

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Activity Diagram

Here, we are going to discuss about Activity diagram used by business analysts. An Activity Diagram are one of the diagram the UML for Modelling in the Dynamic Aspects the system. An Activity Diagram is Drawn to model how the system should function in order to achieve Business Logic, Business …

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