Profession ICT business analyst
ICT business analysts are in charge of analysing and designing an organisation's processes and systems, assessing the business model and its integration with technology. They also identify change needs, assess the impact of the change, capture and document requirements and then ensure that these requirements are delivered whilst supporting the business through the implementation process.
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- Investigative / Realistic
- Social / Investigative
- Business process modelling
The tools, methods and notations such as Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) and Business Process Execution Language (BPEL), used to describe and analyse the characteristics of a business process and model its further development.
- Business requirements techniques
The procedures required to identify and analyse business and organisational needs.
- Product usage risks analysis
The methods to analyse product associated risks, in possible customer environment, their magnitude, consequences and likely outcomes in order to mitigate them by warning messages, safety instructions and maintenance support.
- Legal requirements of ICT products
The international regulations related to the development and use of ICT products.
- Identify legal requirements
Conduct research for applicable legal and normative procedures and standards, analyse and derive legal requirements that apply to the organisation, its policies and products.
- Analyse business processes
Study the contribution of the work processes to the business goals and monitor their efficiency and productivity.
- Create business process models
Develop formal and informal descriptions of the business processes and the organisational structure by using business process models, notations and tools.
- Implement strategic planning
Take action on the goals and procedures defined at a strategic level in order to mobilise resources and pursue the established strategies.
- Provide cost benefit analysis reports
Prepare, compile and communicate reports with broken down cost analysis on the proposal and budget plans of the company. Analyse the financial or social costs and benefits of a project or investment in advance over a given period of time.
- Analyse business requirements
Study clients' needs and expectations for a product or service in order to identify and resolve inconsistencies and possible disagreements of involved stakeholders.
- Apply change management
Manage development within an organisation by anticipating changes and making managerial decisions to ensure the members involved are minimally disturbed.
- Propose ICT solutions to business problems
Suggest how to solve business issues, using ICT means, so that business processes are improved.
- Identify customer requirements
Apply techniques and tools, such as surveys, questionnaires, ICT applications, for eliciting, defining, analysing, documenting and maintaining user requirements from system, service or product.
- Interact with users to gather requirements
Communicate with users to identify their requirements and collect them. Define all relevant user requirements and document them in an understandable and logical way for further analysis and specification.
- Define technical requirements
Specify technical properties of goods, materials, methods, processes, services, systems, software and functionalities by identifying and responding to the particular needs that are to be satisfied according to customer requirements.
- Translate requirement concepts into visual design
Develop visual design from given specifications and requirements, based on the analysis of the scope and target audience. Create a visual representation of ideas such as logos, website graphics, digital games and layouts.
- Analyse the context of an organisation
Study the external and internal environment of an organisation by identifying its strengths and weaknesses in order to provide a base for company strategies and further planning.