Take a step from an idea
to a viable product

Business Analysts design your idea via Vision & Scope and detailed requirements, prioritize features and support dev teams during the development. We walk you through every step of this process making it hassle-free, transparent and bright.

Domain analysis:

a new project may be a step into a new domain for the development team so one of the BA responsibilities is to make this step smooth and easy by studying the domain, its terminology, competitors, possible limitations and business rules and presenting this information to the development team members. The BA also prepares a glossary with domain terms or naming convention that both sides (you and us) agree upon to make sure everyone uses the correct names

Requirements elicitation:

at the beginning of the project the BA communicates a lot and works closely with you in order to get as much information about the prospective project as possible. Elicitation of business needs, opportunities, problems and requirements can come in different ways:

  • workshops and discovery phasesbusiness-analysis

  • observation of how the target users work without a proposed solution/with the existing solution

  • market research

  • interviews

  • Q&A sessions

  • legislation research

  • etc.

UAT:

Without doubt Business Analysts are not QA specialists and are not able to test every tricky condition or emulate rare scenarios to ensure that everything works smoothly. But thorough knowledge of your domain and needs of end users will help the BA do that final check called User Acceptance Testing (UAT) after which we can say that we are ready to hand in the developed product

Visualization:

Business Analysts can create mockups or prototypes that will be used as the basis of the final design by UI specialists. Alternatively, the BA can work closely with designers to help them create real-life mockups based on the requirements. In case of complicated systems, the BA can model various business processes such as use case diagrams, activity flow diagrams, context diagrams, entity relationship diagrams, mind maps, navigation maps, etc. With the help of visuals Business Analysts communicate your idea to the team in a more efficient way

Scope definition and prioritization:

priorities may shift as the context evolves, more information becomes available and features are evaluated by the dev team. Thus, in this ever-changing environment, the BA keeps requirements re-prioritized or ranked ensuring that the requirements of the highest priority are addressed first

Requirement documentation:

documentation helps keep track of initial requests and change requests as well as decisions taken in relation to them. As a result, developers always have requirements at hand, UI/UX specialists can use documentation as a reference when creating design and QA specialists base their test cases on it. Thorough documentation will make onboarding of new team members easier and can serve as a knowledge base of the product for your colleagues. Business Analysts can put down requirements in the format of Software Requirements Specification, Vision & Scope document, User Stories, Use Cases or another format that will fit best for your situation

Value that Business Analysts can bring to the project

Value that Business Analysts can bring to the project

Every team member matters so let us tell you how Business Analysts contribute to the project success:

  • you can have complete peace of mind that you will get what you want: our Business Analysts document required functionality and confirm requirements with you

  • got stuck with your brainchild? Business Analysts can help to remodel your original idea and generate brand new ones

  • product re-evaluation: BA can help you look at your product value from a different perspective

  • having a BA at the project saves time. You can focus on your business development instead of spending time on correspondence and communication

  • your problem becomes our problem: detailed strategy of business problem solving is one of the BA’s responsibilities

  • last, but not the least is improved visibility and presentability of your idea. Our Business Analysts know how to make it stand out from the crowd

We offer two options for carrying out business analysis activities for your product:

Full-cycle project development support Scope definition and documentation

Full-cycle project development support:

Scope definition and documentation:

Full-cycle project development support:

we provide Business Analysis support at every stage of the project lifecycle starting with initial analysis and scope definition at the start to team assistance at later stages, and the final product release. Business Analysts communicate your ideas and change requests to the development team and translate their questions and technical information into the not-that-techie language

Scope definition and documentation:

if you are not ready to move forward with your idea and just want to validate it for yourself we can be of help for you. Our Business Analysts will help you understand the domain of your prospective product or will do analysis for your existing product. Together we can determine possible ways to win target customers and steps needed to achieve that. We will define and document requirements for Proof of Concept or Minimum Viable Product, create Product RoadMap and you can take your time to validate your readiness to proceed to implementation.

Methods and techniques:

  • Process modelling

  • Business Rules Analysis

  • Benchmarking and SWOT

  • Acceptance Criteria

  • Roadmaps

  • Risk Analysis & Management

  • Personas

  • Market Research

  • User Stories

  • Feature Prioritization

  • Prototyping

  • Roles and Permissions Matrix

  • Scope Definition

  • Domain Analysis

  • Story Mapping

  • Sprint Planning

  • Competitors’ Analysis

  • BPMN 2.0

  • Functional Decompositio

  • Backlog Management

  • Use Cases

  • Story Grooming

  • Domain Analysis

  • UML

Tools:

Atlassian

Atlassian
(Jira, Confluence)

Azure Board

Azure Board

Teams

Teams

Target Process

Target Process

Balsamiq

Balsamiq

Axure

Axure

Miro

Miro

Zoom

Zoom

GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting

Sparx EA

Sparx EA

Visio

Visio

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