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New Post 8/28/2016 9:13 PM
User is offline Jason Wilson
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Tools for Business Analyst 

Folks,

Sorry if the questions has been asked in the past.

I`m new to the forum and so to the Business Analyst domain.

Wish to understand Business Analyst and take up the BA role in the coming future.

I currently work as a Solution Architect (Infrastructure) and wish to have a career change.

 Thus would like to know what are the tools required for BA to get better into their role?

Any information will be of great help!

 

Jason

 

 

 
New Post 9/2/2016 12:33 AM
User is offline *FJC
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Re: Tools for Business Analyst 

Hi,

 Business Analysts tools are more of process oriented. Following points might can help you.

Documents as a tool

     1. Enterprise Analysis Document

     2. Project Kick off Document

     3. Business Requirement Document  

     4. Functional Requirement Document

     5. Requirement Tractability Matrix

     6. Test and Validation Plan Document (Optional), etc.

 Software as a Tool

    1. MS office (Word, Excel, Visio)

    2. Wireframing tool 

    3. Team management tool

  Thanks,

*FJC

 
New Post 11/11/2016 2:35 AM
User is offline dencypriya
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Re: Tools for Business Analyst 

Hiii...

i have share some tools about business analyst..

ERD

Data dictionary 

Data Mapping

 

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New Post 9/27/2017 12:39 AM
User is offline Pawan Dwivedi
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Re: Tools for Business Analyst 
I have been through one of your post on which Infomation about R programming. This information is really helpful to me for gaining some ideas about R programming.  I have a friend who is now taking analytics training at Excelrand I think he might get some useful info from these links. Thanks for making this conversation.
 
New Post 3/16/2020 5:28 AM
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Re: Tools for Business Analyst 

There are 3 categories of BA tools:

  • Requirement-related tools i.e. to describe, manage, and track requirements
  • Modeling tools
  • Collaboration tools

Top Tools are

1. Microsoft Office Suite

2. Google Docs

3. Rational Requisite Pro 

4. SWOT

5. Pencil

6. Trello

7. SmartDraw

8. Wrike

9. Version One Lifecycle

10. modern Requirements

11. Axure

12. Oracle Analytics Cloud

 
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