For a successful software solution release it`s necessary to have strategic collaboration between what the business needs and what IT builds, with clear requirements defined. The best way to bridge the gap between the business and technical communities is by using Business Analysis practices prior to and during the development of a business solution.
Our business analysts team mitigate the challenges and risks of project analysis and planning. Utilizing a formal requirements engineering process, they focus on three hallmark activities:
Gather, capture and confirm all relevant requirements (high-level and detailed; functional and non-functional).
Prioritize, organize and model requirements, often resulting in use case diagrams, business process models and/or data flows.
Publish requirements for all project stakeholders to reference. A vital output are business requirements document (BRD) and Software Requirement Specification (SRS) including prototypes.