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Business Systems Analysis Training Course

Defining Business and User Requirements | IIBA Endorsed
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Business Systems Analysis Training Overview

 

Defining Business and User Requirements

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Anytime eLearning™ $1295 $695

Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device.
Self Paced. 45-Day Access

Live Virtual Open Enrollment $1695 $995

Live Virtual Open Enrollment Nov 1-3, 2022 10:30 - 3:30 ET

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Reserve Your Spot | Business Systems Analysis
Live Virtual Training | Nov 1-3, 2022 | 10:30a - 3:30p ET

Contact Chandra Galloway at 800.719.4627 | cgalloway@inteqgroup.com if you have any questions or need additional information.

Onsite Training

Onsite or Live Virtual Training for groups of 14-24 participants within your organization.

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Inteq's Business Systems Analysis  training course provides the critical thinking skills, conceptual knowledge and best practice techniques to rapidly discover, thoroughly analyze and accurately specify business and user requirements.

Inteq's Business Systems Analysis is about business requirements - from a business perspective  - and is seamlessly integrated and cohesively organized around  Inteq's model-driven analysis framework for delivering agility, precision  and consistency in business and systems analysis.  

Until now, text oriented analysis (bullet lists, indented outlines, etc.) prevailed as the primary technique to identify, analyze and specify business system requirements. Text oriented analysis, however, is resource intensive. It often lacks standardization, depth and precision. 

Some organizations have attempted to adapt technical design methods (class diagrams, object interaction diagrams, etc) to business systems analysis. Technical design methods intimidate and alienate the business community. As a result, stakeholders disconnect from the analysis process. 

These approaches fail to deliver. In today’s fast moving, highly competitive, complex business environment organizations can no longer afford the costly mistakes, operational inefficiencies and lost opportunities that result from superficial analysis and ambiguous requirements.

Inteq’s model driven analysis approach and best practice methods utilize a cohesive set of intuitive business oriented visual diagrams (e.g. process maps, activity diagrams, etc.) to rapidly identify, critically analyze and clearly specify forward facing business and business systems requirements. The result: breakthrough speed, accuracy and depth of business systems analysis.   [Read More]

Business Systems Analysis training transforms business analysts and business systems analysts into high-impact professionals; professionals that connect with business end users, uncover and rapidly assimilate deep business knowledge, and critically analyze and transform that knowledge into thorough, precise unambiguous business and user requirements.

Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course has emerged as the gold standard for professional business systems analysis training - and is simply the most effective business analysis training available in the industry.

Inteq Business Systems Analysis is more than education; its transformation - for the participants, project teams and their organizations. That’s why over 300,000 business and systems analysis professionals worldwide choose Inteq's business analysis training courses and Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course.

Business Systems Analysis Training Course Outline

Framework and key concepts
  • 10 myths of analysis
  • Deep vs. superficial vs. Agile analysis
  • Business vs. business systems
    requirements
  • The 5 essential business analysis questions
Defining baseline requirements
  • Business functions, processes and work
    activities
  • The 5 types of business system requirements
  • The Interaction Content Diagram: actors and interactions
  • Components of a use case | Summary-level use cases
Analyzing and extending requirements
  • Extending baseline requirements
  • The interaction flow of events
  • Break-fix scenario analysis (the secret sauce of analysis)
Defining information requirements
  • The business vocabulary
  • Entity types | Attributes | Relationships
  • Entity relationship diagram (ERDs) basics
Analyzing and extending info requirements
  • State transition analysis
  • State transition diagramming
  • Business analytics requirements
BSA-at-scale case study

Participants analyze a complex real-world business space and identify and define business and user requirements. This case study provides an invaluable template that participants can leverage to jump start and improve business systems analysis in their organization.

Elicitation and collaboration
  • The quality of the conversation
  • Identifying and engaging SMEs and stakeholders
  • Sources of business knowledge
  • Facilitated workshops
Practical guidance
  • Maps, models & diagrams
  • Scaling analysis
  • Critical success factors
Who Should Attend?
  • Business analysts
  • Systems analysts
  • Project managers
  • IT professionals
  • Subject matter experts
  • Business users actively involved in discovering, analyzing and specifying business and user requirements.
Prerequisites:
None. Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course provides a comprehensive and cohesive approach to systems analysis regardless of background and level of experience.

Business Systems Analysis is designed as a precursor, but not a prerequisite (depending on the participant's background and experience) to and seamlessly integrates with Inteq’s Agile Business Analysis, Logical Data Modelingand Business Process Modeling training courses.
Learning Options:

Anytime eLearning™: Anytime | Anywhere | Any Device | Self-Paced

Live Virtual Open Enrollment: We deliver an immersive virtual experience with similar levels of engagement as in-person onsite trainings.


Onsite Training or Virtual On-Site: Onsite at your locations worldwide or via our live virtual classroom | Contact us for details.

Course Length:

Live: Inteq’s Business Systems Analysis 2-Day training course can be tailored to your organization’s training objectives and can be combined with other Inteq courses to create a 3, 4 and 5-day hybrid training program.

Anytime eLearning™: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device. Self Paced. 45-Day Access.

What’s included?
  • World-class training
  • Digital badge of completion
  • Personalized certificate of completion
  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • IIBA Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • Electronic comprehensive course manual
  • Supplemental course materials
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Participants Receive

  • Digital Badge of Completion
  • Personalized Certificate of Completion
  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • IIBA Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • Electronic Comprehensive Course Manual
  • Supplemental Course Materials
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James Proctor overviews several key concepts of Inteq’s Business Systems Analysis training course in this 3 minute video segment.

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Register and start training as soon as today! Or, contact us for details at info@inteqgroup.com or 800.719.4627 to discuss your business analysis training objectives and how Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training can help you in achieving those objectives.
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Key Business Systems Analysis Skills & Techniques that You Will Learn:

  • The 5 types of business requirements that form the foundation for business analysis
  • Engage business users, subject matter experts and stakeholder in the analysis process
  • Surface “hidden” business requirements
  • Specific questions that elicit deep business knowledge
  • Specify precise unambiguous business requirements
  • Analyze business requirements 360º to ensure thorough analysis
  • Identify and validate complex business scenarios
  • Leverage analysis resources and business knowledge across the enterprise
  • Business analysis best practice techniques
  • and much more

What is the Next Step?

Inteq's business and systems analysis training courses are available via Anytime eLearning™ and private group training on-site at your locations worldwide or via our virtual on-site live training.

Register and start training as soon as today! Or, contact us for details at info@inteqgroup.com or 800.719.4627 to discuss your training objectives and how Inteq's training programs can help you in achieving those objectives.

Enroll Today

Anytime eLearning™ $1295 $695

Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device.
Self Paced. 45-Day Access

Live Virtual Open Enrollment $1695 $995

Live Virtual Open Enrollment Nov 1-3, 2022 10:30 - 3:30 ET

Reserve Your Spot

Reserve Your Spot | Business Systems Analysis
Live Virtual Training | Nov 1-3, 2022 | 10:30a - 3:30p ET

Contact Chandra Galloway at 800.719.4627 | cgalloway@inteqgroup.com if you have any questions or need additional information.

Contact us for more information about the BSA course
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White Paper: The Five Essential Business Analysis Question

This 8-Page White Paper Includes:

  • Deeply engage stakeholders in analysis
  • Challenge legacy business rules and requirements
  • Enable agile forward facing requirements analysis
  • Form the basis for effective change management
  • Applies critical thinking to business analysis
  • Result in consistent analysis across the organization
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