Business Analysis

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Business Analysis


Course Description

    IT Business Analyst is the person involved in gathering business requirement from the users, analyzing and translating into specifications, which developers will refer for designing and coding the software. In addition the business analyst is the person who has business domain knowledge of various domains so that he can understand the problem and opportunities and suggest the effective solution to achieve the organizational goals. He act as an intermediate between Client, Stakeholders, Users, Developers, Testers and Deployment.

    Business Analyst is the best job to get into the IT industry with Basic IT knowledge. As per the survey 60 to 70% projects fail because of lack of proper requirement gathering which itself suggest the need for the business analyst in IT Industry. Business Analyst is among the TOP 10 recession proof jobs which is highest paid among these 10 as per Forbes Magazine Survey. There is
quite a good increase in the jobs for Business Analyst. Good overseas opportunities.

Course: Business Analyst Training Course 4 weeks (Regular/Weekday Batch)(2 hours) & 4 Weekends (Weekends Batch) (5 hours)
Duration: 40 Hrs

Course Syllabus

Business Analyst

– Understanding the Business
– Analyzing the Competition
– Analyzing the Market
– Defining and Scoping the Project
– Gathering Requirement
– Analysing and Documenting Requirement
– Communicating the requirement
– Identifying the Solutions
– Verifying the Solutions meets the requirement

– PESTLE analysis
– Porter’s five forces model
– MOST analysis
– SWOT Analysis
• Basic Overview of Information Technology
– Languages
– Databases
– Website, Web Applications, Mobile Applications, ERP, CRM etc.
– Requirement
– Product and Services

– Waterfall Model
– Prototyping Model
– Agile Development Model
– Rational Unified Process

– UML History
– UML Basics
– Basic Constructs of UM – Basic Constructs of UML
– Use case diagram

– Business Specification Document
– Software Requirement Specification
– Use Case Diagram