Creating a software product requires a development team: designers, programmers, and testers. These are single-discipline specialists, who focus on particular tasks: they work on user experience (UX design), create prototypes and interfaces (UI design), write code, and test software.
Analysts act as mediators between developers and clients. They communicate with customers, study business processes and identify functions the system must accomplish. The main task of analysts is to help clients transmit their requests to developers and help the development team fine-tune the workflow in order to decrease workload and increase effectiveness.
Analytics - in a broad sense - defines the system requirements in order to plan a project or to modify an existing product. Systems and business analytics help to solve specific issues.
Business analysts investigate tasks a business should complete. They study clients’ needs, analyze business processes and offer ways to optimize running processes and implement new ones. These experts can also create tasks for system analysts by defining IT solutions and tools that are required to perform given tasks.
Business analytics studies company performance, identifies business needs, and helps to understand how goals can be achieved, whether it is profit markup, the implementation of new technologies, or expense trimming.
Systems analysts are agents between the development team and clients, who are not necessarily good at IT subtle details. They translate business requirements into the language of software development and assign tasks to technical specialists.
Systems analytics helps to build optimal architecture, select appropriate tools and methodologies, create design, develop a product, and test it.
What we offer
Major companies have analysts working in tandem, where each expert has got their own area of responsibility. Smaller organizations might lack an analytics department, so an employee manages both roles simultaneously. Our staff consists of business analysts, system analysts, as well as multi-discipline specialists. The latter communicate with clients and formulate problems based on business requirements, while technical background allows them to create detailed specifications and project their vision to developers. Get in touch with us to leverage your business and improve system performance.
- Designing the plan of working with requirements and describing the product concept and scope.
- Helping to formulate the system functions that are necessary to accomplish business goals.
- Making a complete list of requirements.
- Searching for derived requirements that might be caused by client’s needs.
- Making sure there are no conflicting requirements.
Creating technical specifications
- Creating the documentation that carefully describes the solution fulfilling the customer’s needs.
- Creating the documentation in accordance with state standards or in free form - depending on the client’s requirements.
Bringing up to date
- Delivering information to all participants, so both clients and developers have complete understanding of the project.
- Selecting appropriate communication means: texts, presentations, prototypes, or mathematical equations.
Setting up workflow
- Prioritizing requirements based on the client’s business goals.
- Selecting the tools that allow the team to work quickly and efficiently.
- Testing the solution during the development process to verify it works well and make adjustments, if necessary.
- As a result, providing the client with a ready-to-go solution that considers goals described in the technical specification.