Business analysts: a bridge between IT and business

 Role of business analysts
Business analysts intervene at the project management stage in information technology. Working with the project manager, their role is specifically to analyze business requirements before the start of a project. Their work involves identifying, defining, analyzing then documenting the underlying needs of a project. They guarantee the compliance of a project with business requirements and help determine which projects have priority.
The work of business analysts differs from that of traditional information systems analysts because they focus exclusively on the benefits of the project for the company’s business. It is also different than that of project managers and functional analysts because their role is to show what the product will be required to do, and not how it will do it. The analysis of needs is carried out with no commitment toward a specific product.



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