CONSULTING - Business Analysis

Business Analysis is the activity of facilitating change in a company by defining needs and recommending value-adding solutions. Business Analysis projects can be different: strategic, tactical or operational. This means that business analysis can be used both within a project and in the further development of a company. Define the target situation and determine the task required to move from the current situation to the target situation. 

Business analysis on business value and ensures that it meets the needs and evaluates it after implementation. For this purpose, techniques and methods are applied that are assigned to the six knowledge areas of business analysis:

Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Elicitation and Collaboration

Requirements Life Cycle Management 

Strategy Analysis

Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 

Solution Evaluation

The business analyst is responsible for determining, organizing and analyzing information (from all possible sources, such as business and IT). The business analyst is responsible for ensuring that all stakeholders are understood and identified. Based on this, he participates with the stakeholders to design and deliver the appropriate solution. The role of Business Analyst (BA) acts as a bridge between business, operations, IT and all other stakeholders. This means that the BA is able to understand the different interests and translate them accordingly. The BA acts as a facilitator who ensures a common understanding. He is responsible for ensuring that. All these results in satisfied stakeholders. 

The core concept of business analysis identifies six core concepts that are interdependent: change, need, solution, stakeholders, benefit and context. A need is a problem that has been resolved. Changes can therefore trigger a need. A solution is a specific way to satisfy a need in a context. Stakeholders are individuals or groups who have a relationship to the solution. Benefit is the value for the stakeholder and it can be material (ie quantified eg monetary) or immaterial (ie qualitative eg reputation). If one of the core concepts changes, the other core concepts and their contribution to the benefit should be re-examined. If changes occur, the business analysis activities are often validated and, if necessary, the necessary actions are derived. In addition, the business analyst should always have the overall picture at least. Holistic and systemic thinking are of particular importance. 

Conclusion: Business analysis is both extremely relevant and challenging and requires expertise and experience.

What do we offer?

Would you like advice on solutions to suit your needs at a strategic, tactical or project level? Or are you interested in learning more about business analysis? Then you have come to the right place! Our experts are CBAP certified and provide you with their diverse experience from various branches of industry with their special features. We are guided by the BABOK Guide to the International Institute of Business Analysis. 

Our experts are also PMI-PMP and PMI-ACP certified. Since business analysis is carried out within projects, we consider it important to have sound project management knowledge. This supports the successful cooperation between project manager, business analyst and all project participants.  Even though our project management is based primarily on the PMBOK® Guide to the Project Management Institute (PMI) ®, we can work with other process models tailored to your company. 

Why are you right with us?​

As a consulting firm for business analysis, we support you in successfully designing, implementing and evaluating suitable value-adding solutions for your needs in the project and in your organization.  As a Business Analysis Academy, the satisfaction of our course participants is decisive. Our courses offer various degrees of specialization. Whether you are interested in further training or certification, our experts will guide you through our comprehensive courses. Take a look at our current range of courses and stay up-to-date.

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How do project managers and business analysts work together? How can the project manager be relieved of the burden of collecting and managing product requirements? Is this a relief or a disempowerment?

Many project managers are initially irritated when the role of a business analyst is introduced because they give up parts of their tasks. While the project manager can concentrate on resources, risks, finances and milestones, i.e. has the project scope in focus, the business analyst focuses on the solution or product scope, i.e. collects requirements and runs them through a lifecycle up to implementation and go live.

BA and CRM

Requirements for a CRM introduction can be very complex. Stakeholders are often neglected in CRM projects or their requirements are not adequately recorded and prioritized.

We show you how effective communication of further developed and modelled requirements works and motivates, so that the stakeholders actively help you in the project and make it a mutual success. Get in touch with us!

BA & Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is changing information technology massively and sustainably. More and more internal IT departments are coming under pressure because external service providers can deliver many IT services faster and cheaper. In addition, "services from the cloud" often scale much better, because only what is really needed has to be paid for.

But what does this mean for business analysts? Can they take full advantage of the cloud? Does his business environment allow the use of cloud services at all? If not, can that be changed? How? Many questions to which we can work out answers with you. Get in touch with us.

CBAP Certification

This course helps you to pass the CCBA®/CBAP® exam the first time; this comprehensive workshop will prepare you for the Certified Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA®) or Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) exam. We get the most out of your limited study time. The course was developed by experienced CBAPs and focuses on the critical areas.

The workshop is up to date and closely based on the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) Version 3.0. It includes 50 examples of CCBA®/CBAP® exam questions, providing a very targeted preparation. Thus, you know exactly what to expect during the exam. In addition, we teach you many useful practical tips and strategies that complement the exercises and documents.

PMA-PBA Certification

With its latest certificate Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)®, the Project Management Institute (PMI)® demonstrates the importance of business analysis in projects.

This special training in the four-day course (you will receive the required 35 PDUs!) is based on licensed material from our U.S. partner Watermark Learning, whose managing directors are involved in the design of this new area on behalf of PMI®. In this respect, you will receive up-to-date and very well-founded material as well as 90 days' access to the online exam simulator with over 750 sample questions, which will play a key role in your successful passing of the exam. Only training under almost realistic conditions will make you fast enough to answer 200 questions in 240 minutes.

Furthermore, this course teaches strategies to help you "crack" the sometimes difficult questions faster and better, such as exclusion procedures, negation, mnemonic abbreviations or other logical conclusions.

masVenta's basic rules are that trainers of our certificate preparation courses are themselves holders of at least the respective certificate.

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