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Who uses the output produced by a systems analyst?

Posted by Chris Adams

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-System Users of a New System: The systems analyst may gather requirements, define use cases, and create process flows that describe the functionality of a new system that the system users must read, understand, and approve.

-Programmers: The business analyst may use the gathered requirements, use cases, and create process flows to write functional specifications and sometimes even technical specs that the programmers will use to understand the intent of the new system and ultimately write the code.



George posted on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 5:11 AM
Programmers and process owners. Suppliers, Developers
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