Exceptional Business Systems Analysis Brings Together Every Part of Your Business
Exceptional Business Systems Analysis Brings Together Every Part of Your Business

The titles “Business Analyst” and “Business Systems Analyst” are often used interchangeably, but what they do in the grand scheme of business systems analysis is technically different.

We describe these jobs this way: The Business Analyst figures out how the different embedded parts and processes of the business work and what the business is trying to achieve. And if that business has software or tool needs, they figure out the requirements that should be met by a piece of software.

Simply, Business Analysts deal with the “what” and the “why.”

On the other hand, a Business Systems Analyst is usually on the technical side. They take a look at the requirements that a business line/the Business Analyst has put together and come up with a high-level “how”, giving the development team a specification to develop to and for Software Quality Assurance team members to write test cases.

The StarSpring Consulting team is trained to do both jobs, because, ultimately, we don’t think anyone can do exceptional business systems analysis if they don’t understand what the business is doing itself.

Getting a document from someone else who does understand the business only gives you half of the picture. That’s why we make sure our technical team has a better understanding of the business than most.