Business Analysis Services

We use the best Business Analysis practices for software development to bridge a gap between the business needs and the IT team.

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Predict your project results and create business value

Every software development project must begin with a business analysis stage. It is carried out by a business analyst and aids in the identification of project potential, estimation of potential risks and assumptions, as well as the identification of the best technical solution and insights for project execution. This is the purpose of business analysis.
It is the most crucial phase in the creation of any project. Every corporation needs the services of a business analyst. The most typical solutions are identified as analysing business needs, establishing correct documentation, finding opportunities for process improvement and organisational transformation, strategic planning, and adopting numerous policies that lead an organisation towards a better future.
5 key reasons which tell

Why business analysis is necessary

Our Business Analysis Services

Requirements Analysis

We investigate the needs and expectations of users and stakeholders before arriving at a decision and developing an appropriate action plan.

Process Analysis

We go through all of the stages and procedures that must be followed in order to complete a task. In order to provide complete satisfaction, the entire procedure is analysed.

Technical Research

This involves evaluating assets and detecting trading possibilities in price trends and patterns seen on charts, which aids in the planning of future actions.

Competitor Analysis

We examine your competitors' performance and activities in order to create the best plan of action for you to position yourself from them.

Our Process

Business analysis process

1. Studying the business

Doing proper research about the business is the first step. Studying the entire business and the framework will help in understanding the business and its requirements.

4. Analyze requirements

The fourth step is to analyse the project relevant documents and locate any gaps in present systems, processes, procedures and activities.

2. Identifying stakeholders

The second step is to Identify the stakeholders is important which helps in understanding their requirements and needs so the solutions could be found accordingly.

5. Prepare requirement documentation

The fifth step is presenting business requirements to Stakeholders or the Project Manager after analysing and examining the details provided for further actions.

3. Document requirements

The third step is to acquire all project information by posing inquiries to those involved in the project (project manager, project sponsor, manager, or business owner).

6. Design develop and maintain

The final step of the business analysis process is after analysing and examining the information is to design and develop the actions plan and start executing it and maintain it.

Features

Most common tools​

SWOT

SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, and it may help you discover areas of strength and weakness and allocate resources accordingly.

MOST

A business analyst can do detailed internal analysis using MOST, which stands for Mission, Objectives, and Strategies. The focus of this study is on the organization's goals and how to attain them.

CATWOE

Customers, Actors, Transformation Process, World View, Owner, and Environment are the acronyms. The CATWOE approach aids in identifying processes that may be impacted by any business decision.

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Why Choose Us?

To guarantee that your project teams are tackling the appropriate challenges and delivering solutions that generate actual business value. We combine a best approach, industry-leading accelerators, and deep domain expertise. Our services include anything from basic project delivery to comprehensive Project Management Office (PMO) managed services. We can assess the maturity of your current internal PMO framework, provide recommendations for improvements, and help you adopt new and improved operations.

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