Project Management Office Business Analysis
Business Analysis

Business analysis is the determination of what the business is, why and how it will be done, what are business needs, goals and objectives, what information, skills and responsibilities are required to perform that business. At the same time, besides the needs expressed by all stakeholders, it is to reveal and analyze the real needs underlying these needs, and to ensure correct and effective communication.

Business analysis searches the answer to the questions “What and How?

While the question "What?" leads to the emergence of business and stakeholder needs, the question "How?" provides the emergence of solution and transition requirements. For this reason, business analysis, in addition to uncovering the needs with the question "What?", is also the key process that determines "How?" a solution can be reached.

Our first step in software projects is the analysis phase. With our expert analyst staff, we find the answers to all these questions, after taking the system as a whole, we detach it in a systematic way and elaborate. While doing this, we proceed by considering the whole system to determine the impact analysis. With this approach, we aim to eliminate the differences between customer demand and analysis result.

The most important task of our business analysts within the software development life cycle (SDLC) is to answer all the questions seeing the big picture and researching the appropriate methodologies.

In the stage before we start coding, we first perform a general scope study, and together with this scope, we complete system analysis including the hardware components that the software will work on.

Our Business Analysis team defines the strategies and objectives and aims to continuously improve the requirements for projects and technology processes.

Realizing the benefits, avoiding costs, identifying new opportunities, understanding the necessary skills and modeling the organization are among the parameters we give importance too.

Our Main Objectives in Business Analysis;
  • Uncovering the requirements,
  • Clear understanding of our client's business needs,
  • Understanding how our clients are currently doing their business,
  • Creating the scope of solution,
  • Determination of all activities within the scope of business analysis in the project,
  • Designing how our clients can do their businesses more accurately,
  • Certification of our client's requests,
  • Creating a project suitable for our client's business needs,
  • Designing the required business architecture,
  • Ensuring control and quality of development,
  • Performing functional and detailed tests during and after development,
  • Evaluation of the demands on the developed product,
  • Making short, medium and long term plans according to our client's business needs
Neyasis Technology Business Analysis Roles;

Business Requirement Analyst: They are interested in understanding how things are done, identifying development points in processes, and generating solutions. They generally have in-depth business knowledge in a line with the business. People who take this role also carry out new business ideas or changes.

Business Process Analyst: They are tasked with analyzing, designing and adapting the existing processes of organizations. They are authorized to analyze the current state of processes, model processes, and document and reconcile processes among stakeholder groups.

Business Intelligence Analyst (Decision Analyst): : They use data and statistical analysis methods to evaluate and analyze business performances. They provide continuous evaluation of business performance with technology support and creation of business plans based on performance analysis results.

System Analyst: They are specialists in the use of information systems. They have a deep knowledge of information technology architecture, capacity and competencies.

Functional Analyst: They are experts who specialize in a particular technology product functions and capacities. They manage tasks on how to integrate the product with other systems.

Support Analyst: They are experts who specialize in a particular technology product functions and capacities. They manage tasks on how to integrate the product with other systems.

Our Business Analysis Process Flow;
  • Collecting Background Information: This is where most of the ground work for a project is covered. In a new or existing project, the analyst collects a significant amount of background information about the project.
  • Identifying Stakeholders: Stakeholders in a project are those who do the job, make decisions, sign requirements and priorities.
  • Setting Project Goals: Before entering the project in depth, the main target is determined by questioning why the project is needed.
  • Evaluating Options: To reach the target, the way is determined by evaluating among the various options available.
  • Scope Definition: A list of project development goals is drawn up.
  • Delivery Plan: The business analyst and project owner creates a detailed timeline to present the requirements to the development team.
  • Defining Project Requirements: Requirements are clarified and delivered to the development team.
While carrying out our analysis, we determine their needs within a certain categorization. These are;
  • System requirements,
    • All software and hardware requirements are required for the realization of a software.
  • Software requirements,
    • It is the detailed explanation of the software and design. It is a technical document prepared for developers.
  • Functional requirements,
    • Defines what a system should achieve. It reveals what the system will do structurally and functionally.
  • Dysfunctional requirements,
    • These are the requirements that determine the abstract qualities such as user focus, security, quality and assurance. Despite the fact that it does not add functionality to the software, such requirements are very critical especially in terms of software quality.

As Neyasis Technology, we implement all these steps in our projects, clarify the project requirements, stakeholders and scope, and reveal the right product for the need in the right way and at the right time.

After the product is delivered, our business analysis processes continue for a while. It is also part of our business analysis process to evaluate whether the solution presented at the end of the project meets the requirements and to catch new opportunities.