Business Analysis

As organizations increase their focus on improved business performance and higher return on investment in existing resources, the role of Business Analyst takes on greater significance. Business Analysts must define a problem, identify the solution, and manage the product through the development life cycle.

Training with ROI ensures that your staff learns the secrets your company needs to realize the full value of its technology investment. The ROI Business Analysis curriculum is valuable for Business and IT Managers, e-Business Analysts and Developers, Business Analysts, Systems Analysts, and teams doing Business Process Re-Engineering, Total Quality Management, Continuous Improvement, and/or gathering requirements for new information systems.  Business professionals attending this series of programs will gain increased exposure to the requirements process, and walk away with the ability to transform gathered information into quality requirements. ROI Business Analysis courses include the business analyst’s role in agile software development including the writing of user stories and epics. The courses also address the business analyst dealing with offshore development teams.

During these workshops, participants will learn how to create a strong trusted partnership between business and Information Technology (IT). The curriculum also shows practical ways to tightly integrate business process modeling and the systems development lifecycle.  

Crs.#Course Title
103Roles, Responsibilities & Processes of Business Analyst
108Analyzing and Documenting Business Processes
109Advanced Business Analysis
110The Agile Business Analyst
114Business Analysis Simulation Workshop
115Advanced Requirements Elicitation Techniques
116Advanced Methods for Analysis
117Introduction to Business Intelligence
118Data Modeling for Business Analysts
119Defining the Problem Domain
120Advanced Analysis Modeling
121Advanced Use Case Modeling for Business Analysts
122Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) Boot Camp
123The Business Analyst and the Project Manager Relationship
124Business Rules
126Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN)
178Targeted Technical Writing and I.T. Security Best Practices
302Developing Quality Requirements
328Successful Acceptance Testing