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Junior BA needs Requirements advice! 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 1/17/2017 12:29:06 PM)

 

Hello friends,

I am a junior business analyst who is working on his first project.  I recently sat down with our clients to gather requirements for an IT project (client wants to an IT reporting software).

After the requirements gathering session, I have created a high-level business requirements document. My question is, what should I do next?  What should a  business analyst do after gathering high-level requirements?

Are these high-level business requirements turned into detailed business requirements?  or functional requirements? If so, who writes detailed business requirements or functional requirements (The client? the development team? me?)

Thank you sincerely for your advice.

JAI960

 
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