This book describes the Typical Business Analysis Life Cycle. It covers working with Requirements like Identifying High-Level & Detailed Requirements , Interpreting Requirements , Documenting & Managing them.It covers Requirements Management and all Phases of SDLC in detail w.r.t to Siebel and the role Business Analyst in each of these Phases.
It covers about AS-IS & TO-BE processes , swimlane diagrams , use cases.
It also covers how to design functional designs for User Interfaces , Interfacing Systems and Data conversion.
It covers how to prioritize & Validate requirements & different Validation techniques.
It also covers how to conduct Gap Analysis & CRP ( Conference Room Pilot ).
It covers Analyzing Requirements & solutions using Siebel eRoad Map Methodology.
It also covers how to conduct a Business Process Workshop in depth.
It also covers Exploring Business Process solutions library ( BPSL ) in detail.
It also covers various approaches of Requirements gathering & Refining Requirements.
It also discussed in detail and in depth the various types of requirements.
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