Collaborate with architects (across various disciplines), functional managers, Business Analysts, leads, directors and others on analysis, design, and development associated with the implementation of ERP and information system solutions.

More Uses of the Business Analyst Toolkit:

  • Manage: design and execute analytic projects in collaboration with business, product, data engineering, finance, Business Analysts, and other specialists.
  • Establish: partner with Business Analysts to automate a process into requirements assimilation, analysis, and translation to technical requirements.
  • Manage work with the Project management, engineering and Functional/Business Analyst to develop a high level project schedule, resource plan for the project, and project costs.
  • Collaborate and engage in actively improving Business Analyst processes and procedures by reviewing, analyzing, and evaluating current processes and systems and communicating operational impact of any changes.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders, product managers, Business Analysts, and development managers to plan releases and manage a healthy product backlog.
  • Establish that your organization architects and Business Analysts, external vendors and brings in a value adding informatics point of view to help continuously improve business processes and solutions.
  • Develop and maintain a productive working relationship with project managers, Business Analysts, vendors, business customers, and technology staff.
  • Be accountable for monitoring monitoring/assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
  • Establish that your organization serves as the Business Analyst for centralized and consolidated measurement, planning, and reporting for the Business Development team.
  • Collaborate with Business Analysts, data system experts, and other team members to determine data extraction and transformation requirements.
  • Drive agile development, migration of processes and data from Business Analysts and Analytics Teams to Technology Supported Platforms.
  • Interact with Business Analysts/product owners to understand requirements, translate it to technical design and develop the related components/modules.
  • Initiate: document all test procedures for systems and processes and coordinate with Business Analysts and users to resolve all requirement issues and maintain quality for same.
  • Gather inputs from the Business Analyst and development team to understand technology, business requirements, test data requirements and application.
  • Devise: partner with functional leaders, product owners, and Business Analyst to manage the overall quality of business requirements and solution design.
  • Identify: collaboration skills to proactively interact with and manage data architects, developers, Business Analysts, functional users, and other team members throughout the project life cycle.
  • Facilitate regular communication with other Business Analysts and Product Owners to facilitate best practices, and implement process and tool improvements.
  • Determine skills needed, roles needed, and create and organize project teams based on resource estimates from the resource owners Business Analysts, Developers, Architects, Project Managers, etc.
  • Identify: work closely with customers and Business Analyst to assure expectations are being met throughout initiative and that the customer accepts and is satisfied with final product.
  • Collaborate with end users, development staff, and Business Analysts to ensure that prospective data architecture plans maximize the value of client data across your organization.
  • Interact with end users and Business Analysts to identify and develop business requirements and transform it into Technical requirements and deliver the solution.
  • Coordinate closely with Business Analysts or users, working in an agile process, to manage the visualization reports, dashboards, etc.
  • Gather and identify business requirements and data sources, working closely with business partners and Business Analysts to determine quality expectations.
  • Control: critical thinking using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Lead: defect management create, update and manage defects working with Business Analysts, development, user acceptance testers, and overall project team to manage and oversee quality with coordination ensuring defect resolution.

 

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