Requirements Classification Schema

    Requirement A requirement is basically the need of a client.  Requirements can be mapped to different functionalities of the system or end product. Throughout SDLC requirement will take different forms. Requirement can be a usable description of a need. A requirement can simply be a statement by the …

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Activity Diagram

Activity Diagram An activity diagram visually presents a series of actions or flow of control in a system similar to flow chart or a data flow diagram. An activity diagram is drawn to model how the system should function in order to achieve Business Logic, Business Functionality and Business Objectives. …

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DOS and DON’TS as BUSINESS ANALYST

DOS and DON’TS as BUSINESS ANALYST Business Analyst:   Business analysts are responsible for working with management to improve operating procedures, reduce costs and inefficiencies, and achieve better performance. … Business Analyst will be independent of domain and technology   BA is responsible for   Client interaction Ownership of requirement …

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BRD VS FRD

    Find out more about Business Requirements Document, Functional Requirements Document and how they differ.   Documentation is vital for every project. The different documents prepared during the project acts as foundation on which the project is build. Among these, two of the most important documents are Business Requirement …

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Customer Relationship Management

  Customer relationship is very vital for the business growth. Find out more about customer relationship management and how to build a good one.   Basic definition of Customer Relationship Management is a process by which a company interacts with its customers. These could be past customers, present and the …

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Requirement gatherings to confirm elicitation results

Blog on ………Requirement gatherings to confirm elicitation results Validate the elicitation results – Or the necessities gathering from the stakeholders is often been challenge for any Business Analysts to work out the correct approach to assemble data with none miss and this web log is all regarding from my expertise …

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BURNDOWN CHART

  Burn Down Chart: Burn down chart is a graphical illustration of the remaining work to do versus time. The quantity of labor remaining is shown on the vertical axis and time is pictured on the horizontal axis. The chart shows the entire effort against the amount of work we tend …

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BRD VS FRD

BRD vs FRD: The difference between BRD and FRD is that a BRD tells the whole requirement (story) whereas the FRD tells the sequence of operations to be performed by a single process. BRD is a high-level documentation and FRD is a Low-level documentation. BRD: These are higher-level statements of …

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The value of the Business Analyst’s role

The value of the Business Analyst’s role I read a quote somewhere which describes the need of Business Analysts. The Quote says…. People often wonder and ask ‘What is business analysis?’, I say: ‘You know all those times that people say, ‘someone should look into that?’ I’m the person who …

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Requirement Classification schema

Requirement Classification Schema There are 4 classifications in requirements which are listed below   Business Requirements                 Stakeholder Requirements                 Solution Requirements                                 1) Functional requirements                                 2) Non- functional requirements                 Transition Requirements   Business Requirements           The Purpose of a business requirements is to execute project’s …

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