BraunWeiss is a leader in delivering Digital Innovation and Finance Transformation projects. Business Analysts are the key contributors of BraunWeiss Project Delivery Team and play a crucial role in the successful delivery of global projects.
Business Analyst is a common name used for client support roles and in order to support clients’ projects effectively. BraunWeiss Business Analysts work with internal and external clients in all the phases of the project. Depending on the phase of the project, BraunWeiss Business Analysts’ deliverables will vary but can be categorized into three areas:
BraunWeiss PMO oversees project management methodology and required project artifacts to assure successful delivery of each project.
During the initial stages of every project, the requirements of the project is gathered by business analysts and technical teams in order to finalize the scope, size, timeline and budget of the project.
Project Requirement Gathering is done through various techniques such as:
Gathering requirements is the key to every project. With precise capture of requirements, the production teams can complete the scope more efficiently. Business Analyst may use one or multiple of these techniques to gather requirements. Usually, they analyze frameworks, process flows, applications and data to understand the requirements.
BraunWeiss Business Analysis team have expertise in analyzing and mapping processes with minimum input. Based on their area of expertise, Business Analysts often act as SMEs in large projects providing analyses in:
Current state of the project
Possible solution or recommendation
Future state estimation
Testing of possible solution
By contributing to the analyses, BraunWeiss Business Analysts provide insights of the project to the clients in the most efficient way. Especially with data visualization and project state analyses, the clients can easily understand the project progress on a high level.
BraunWeiss project teams are experts on preparing and presenting key project artifacts to clients. These documents are crucial to the success of the project and provide valuable insights to the clients. BraunWeiss provides below deliverables as a part of each project along with project-specific artifacts.
Requirement Management Plan
Business Requirement Document (BRD)
Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM)
Functional Requirement Specification (FRS)/ Functional Specification Document (FSD)
System Requirement Specification (SRS)/ System Requirement Document (SRD)
Process flow documents
Project specific documents
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