Business Analysis is about requirements management and while Business Analysis is not new, its influence is growing. As business requirements and solutions become more complex, the Business Analyst role, whatever it is called, drives the Business Solutions Life Cycle from strategy through operational results, assuring that business value is realized.
Learn about the entire Business Analysis curriculum at HP Education Services.
Who uses Business Analysis?
- Business Analyst
|- Solution Design Lead|
- Systems Analyst
|- Business Development Analyst|
|- Solution Architect||- Business Process Analyst|
|- IT Analyst||- Business Consultant|
|- Account Manager||- Relationship Manager|
|- Business Liaison||- Business Planning Analyst|
|- IT Consultant|
HP is now an industry sponsor for IIBA
IIBA® is the independent non-profit professional association serving the growing field of Business Analysis. Whatever your role—requirements management, systems analysis, business analysis, requirements analysis, project management, or consulting—IIBA® can help you do your job better.
How Does Business Analysis Deliver Value?
To ensure project success, Business Analysis must be applied and maintained throughout solution selection, development and implementation. Well-executed Business Analysis that is integrated into the Project Management process helps to ensure projects will optimally benefit an organization. BA + PM + ITSM leads to Business Technology Optimization. Please see our Optimizing IT to Meet Business Objectives white paper for more information.
ITIL and Business Analysis: A Perfect Match
HP's David Cannon and Terry Longo and Management Concepts' Kitty Hass introduce the concept of the enterprise requirements hierarchy and it's contribution to business/IT alignment. Learn the value of and a practical roadmap for establishing a Business Analysis Center of Excellence in your organization.