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Do you have an idea, or have you encountered some challenge? We can assist you in setting the vision, laying the road to success, and bringing you closer to the final goal. Business analysis is a research discipline used to identify and formulate the necessary requirements for product functionality or workflow. Our business analysts can help you to find technical solutions that enable your business to achieve its goals.

Knowledge Areas where we deliver values Knowledge areas represent areas of specific business analysis expertise that encompass several tasks.

Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Describes the tasks that business analysts perform to organize and coordinate the efforts of business analysts and stakeholders. These tasks produce outputs that are used as key inputs and guidelines for the other tasks throughout the Business Analysis.

Elicitation and Collaboration

Describes the tasks that business analysts perform to prepare for and conduct elicitation activities and confirm the results obtained. It also describes the communication with stakeholders once the business analysis information is assembled and the ongoing collaboration with them throughout the business analysis activities.

Requirements Life Cycle Management

Describes the tasks that business analysts perform in order to manage and maintain requirements and design information from inception to retirement. These tasks describe establishing meaningful relationships between related requirements and designs, and assessing, analyzing and gaining consensus on proposed changes to requirements and designs.

Strategy Analysis

Describes the business analysis work that must be performed to collaborate with stakeholders in order to identify a need of strategic or tactical importance (the business need), enable the enterprise to address that need, and align the resulting strategy for the change with higher- and lower-level strategies.

Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

Describes the tasks that business analysts perform to structure and organize requirements discovered during elicitation activities, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, identify solution options that meet business needs, and estimate the potential value that could be realized for each solution option. This knowledge area covers the incremental and iterative activities ranging from the initial concept and exploration of the need through the transformation of those needs into a particular recommended solution.

Solution Evaluation

Describes the tasks that business analysts perform to assess the performance of and value delivered by a solution in use by the enterprise, and to recommend removal of barriers or constraints that prevent the full realization of the value.

Hands On Techniques We Use for Business Analysis Work

Backlog Management

Balanced Scorecard



Concept Modeling

Data Dictionary

Data Flow Diagrams


Functional Decomposition


Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)


Non-Functional Requirements Analysis

Wireframing & Prototyping

Roles and Permissions Matrix

Root Cause Analysis

UML Diagrams

SWOT Analysis

Use Cases and Scenarios

User Stories


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