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wire framing and prototyping

Wire framing and prototyping: Wire framing is an essential step in the application development process. This will help the business analyst to show the client how TO BE process application looks like. These wireframes are used to develop a rough draft of the application's layout and appearance. Wire frames will …

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SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis: S.W.O.T is an acronym that stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. SWOT analysis can be conducted on an organization, product, place, or on a person as well. Basically strengths and weaknesses are the internal factors they are within our control and can be changed over a period …

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Relationships in Use Case Diagram

Use case diagrams describe a set of actions system performs in collaboration with one or more external users of the system (actors). A Use Case describes the behavior of a business system from the business user’s point of view. It describes in plain business terms how the user interacts with …

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Problem Solving

It is technique to reach at the solution of the any problem. Following are the steps involved in the Problem Solving process: Define the Problem: To reach at the solution, first we need to understand the problem. Generate Solutions: For any there can be many solutions, so the second step …

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Pre-sales Process

Pre-sales team generally is engaged in activities carried out before acquiring the customer. Generally Pre-sales and Sales team is expected to work together. The activities that Pre-sales do can be broken down in two Major Activities Planning – During the planning phase Presales team works on developing methodology and strategy …

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Where do you find requirements?

What is a requirement? • Generally a requirement is something that must be met by a living (or) non-living entity in order to achieve a task (or) document. • That something can be a condition or capability • Entities can be related to user(s), system (or) a sub component. • …

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Enterprise Analysis knowledge Area

An Enterprise Analysis consists of Activities on identifying Business Needs, refine and clarify the definition of that need, and define a solution scope that can be feasibly implemented to complete the Business Need. Activities involved in this are define business need, analysis, business case development, feasibility study. Business Analyst contributes …

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About Assumptions, Constraints and Dependencies

ASSUMPTIONS: An assumption is something an event that is believed to be true and which can expect to happen during a project which does not have any proof, though they can be turn out to be false. It can expect during the project life cycle. To move forward with in …

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Minutes of Meeting

Why it is called minutes of meeting? “Minutes” in this sense first popped up in the early 18th century, possibly directly from the Latin “minuta scriptura”, meaning “small notes” or just “minuta”, meaning “small” or possibly via the 16th century “minute” definition of “rough draft” from the preceding Latin. How do …

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Requirement Analysis

Requirement Analysis Before getting in to the topic we need to know a few things about this requirement analysis. What is requirement..? What is analysis..? Need to identify the stake holders..? How to identify the requirements of the stake holder..?  Basically the requirement is nothing but the need of …

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