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New Post 10/12/2013 5:06 AM
User is offline JustChilling
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Happy Day everyone! 

Hello all

I am so glad to have found this website! I've been looking for a forum where I could learn about business analysis and my son pointed me to this website. Thanks son! A great find :-)
 

I've been working in IT in various roles. Recently, I've started to get involved in doing more business analysis work mainly process mapping, developing requirements specifications etc. Currently, I'm working in the healthcare sector, but have worked for a university and a retail software company.

My homelife is busy with my family and making my own skin & hair care products which I am planning to start selling soon.

I am looking forward to learning, contributing where I can, and having a laugh along the way.

 

 

 

 
New Post 11/9/2013 8:04 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: Happy Day everyone! 

Welcome.  Glad you found the site and hopefully you find it helpful.


Chris Adams
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