Business Analysis Ongoing Business Activities

Business analysis is at the core of all our consultancy and development services. By looking at how your business works we are better able to advise on ways of adding value to your business through the Internet. Business Analysis is one of the most important steps in developing a software solution. It is crucial in identifying the business needs of customers and other stakeholders in order to determine appropriate solutions to their business problems.

Aditech Infotech specializes in Business Analysis - in helping organizations identify opportunities to improve how they conduct their business. Our success in Business Analysis is a direct result of our focus on "the big picture" - what does it take for the entire organization to be successful? Then, within that context, we assess the ongoing business activities within each part of the organization, to determine how each local activity contributes to overall success. This bottom-line approach ensures that the recommendations we make will have the most impact, the greatest value for our customers.

Business analysis is fundamental to our development services. In fact we include it as standard. It is the first stage of the process to deliver you a solution and ensures that we understand your requirements so that we can effectively design the solution you need. We do not only look at your requirements for this year - we always look to the future. As you business evolves your requirements naturally change. We design websites and softwares with such change in mind using the best practices - such as templates and cascading stylesheets - to ensure that future modifications can be implemented smoothly at a lower cost than a traditional site re-design.
  • Enable new business and growth strategies
  • Both front-office and back-office functionality
  • Inventory Management
  • Automated Accounting
  • Professional Services solution
  • Production Scheduling
  • Quality Management
  • Streamlined Order Processing
  • Human Resource Management
  • Transportation Management
  • Managed distribution networks
  • Various Reports Generation
The business analyst needs to understand the market that the business is trying to cater to. To do this, he has to identify the target audience for the products and services of the business, the size - both actual and potential of the market and the way the business is positioning and branding itself and its offerings.
Gathering requirements :
This is one of the most important phases of the business analysis process. It is absolutely critical that the business analyst gathers the business requirements accurately before defining a software solution. To effectively gather requirements, the business analyst must assess the type of the project, the people involved and the volume of information required.
Analyzing and documenting requirements :
After requirements are gathered, they are analyzed and documented using an iterative approach. As each requirement is analyzed, it generally leads to further questions. This requires the analyst to probe further till all relevant issues are cleared.

The business analyst must ensure the requirements are documented in a standard and consistent manner that is easily and clearly understood by all members of the solutions team. To do this, the analyst may have to use text, diagrams or a combination of both.
Communicating requirements :
Once the requirements are clearly documented, they need to be communicated effectively to the solutions team. The business analyst acts as the main liaison between the business users and the technical team. He needs to work closely with the Project Manager to ensure that the project plan is adhered to and scope changes are properly agreed upon, approved and documented.

The business analyst needs to conduct formal and informal group meetings that include all the relevant team members when communicating requirements to ensure that everyone understands the issues involved in the same way. He needs to clarify any misunderstandings and unclear requirements. It is important that the information is presented to the business and technical audiences in a manner that is most appropriate for their understanding.
Identifying a solution :
The business analyst needs to work closely with the business experts to recommend a suitable solution. He then needs to work with the technical team in order to design the solution.

A solution recommendation may include changes to existing software, new software, process or workflow changes or a combination of the above.

If the solution involves purchasing third-party software, the business analyst needs to work with Business experts, IT staff and vendors in order to ensure that the selected software meets business needs. In this process, the business analyst may also be involved in preparing an RFP (Request for Proposal) that contains detailed business and functional requirements.

If building new software or enhancing existing software is involved, the business analyst needs to assist with the user interface, workflow design and reporting capabilities.

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