Aiming to help businesses unleash potential growth through several tools, strategies, growth hacking, business analysis, workshop events and our short courses made available online.
Please enter your details below to get the latest updates through our newsletter.
Please scroll down to read more about digital strategy, growth hacking, business analysis and don’t hesitate to get in touch by filling in this contact form below…
Business Analysis Matters but first “What do business analysts do?”
second “What makes a good business analyst?”
How can you increase your online presence, have your clients and/customers interact with you and help spread the word about you? This is where you can use growth hacking and digital strategy.
The ability to think strategically.
The inner possessed skill of ‘Conceptual Modelling Skills’.
Communicate details and concepts.
The ability to bridge the gap, through a gap analysis etc.
Curiosity in finding the ‘root cause of a problem’ or curiosity and research skills in finding a solution.
To drive and challenge business areas on how to successfully execute their plans.
To engineer a requirement.
To provide the solutions.
Being the liaison between the business areas, technology teams and support teams.
Certified Business Analyst
Basic to Cumulative Services:
- Online Growth and Digital Strategy
- StartUps & Planning
- Business Process Mapping
- Business Requirements [PID] Project Initiation Document
- Requirements Gathering
- Feasibility Study, and/or Traceability Matrix
- Implementation (transition) Requirements / Gap Analysis
- Change Management Analysis
- I.T / Systems Analysis
- Quality Assurance (QA Support)
Working with clients using various of techniques; Initial ‘Elicit requirements’ using interviews, Document analysis, Requirements workshops, Surveys, Site visits, Business process descriptions, Use cases, Scenarios, Business analysis, task and workflow analysis. Critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile conflicts, decompose high-level information into details, abstract up from low-level information to a general understanding, and distinguish user requests from the underlying true needs.
Collaborate with developers and other subject matter experts to establish the technical vision and analyse trade-offs between usability and performance needs.
Contact a Certified Business Analyst Practitioner today