A Business Analyst (BA) analyzes the organisation and design of businesses, government departments, and non-profit organizations; they also assess business models and their integration with technology.

There are at least four tiers of business analysis:

  1. Planning Strategically - The analysis of the organization business strategic needs
  2. Operating/Business model analysis - the definition and analysis of the organizations policies and market business approaches
  3. Process definition and design - the business process modelling (often developed through process modelling and design)
  4. IT/Technical business analysis - the interpretation of business rules and requirements for technical systems (generally IT)


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