A Business Analyst, or liaison between software user and developer, applies analytical skills to high-level business requests
to determine business wants and needs. This person guides the software development life cycle, assisting with the business case,
high-level feasibility, requirements gathering, design and test case review, change request processing and implementation requirements tracing.
He or she uses UML, process flows, use cases, interview skills, workshops and current systems or process state investigation techniques.
A Business Analyst should have a strong aptitude in communication and writing as well as an understanding of web-based, client/server and
mainframe platforms, relational database concepts, the software development life cycle, Object Oriented and other technologies.
Both software users and developers may follow the career path to business analyst. Developers typically need training in the business
domain such as effective listening, negotiating, facilitating and writing, while user typically need technical training to deliver information for their varied audiences.
Our training programs help students from all backgrounds, offering courses that cover all aspects of the position. Skilled students may choose
courses focusing only on the materials they lack. Let Chiron Business Solutions help you identify your knowledge gaps and find the best courses suitable to your needs.