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Starting new business 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 5/18/2022 9:42:23 AM)

Hi guys! It is the question mostly about necessity of BA. The story is next: I am going to establish my own company (by the way I found nice service which helps me to do that online  https://bestllcservices.co/start-an-llc-in-massachusetts/  - as I hate to waste time on formalities) , as my business is small now - we are producing software for cafe, coffee shops, bakeries, restaraunt etc. It is something different from what most of other in this sphere using now. It will be individual soft based on one system. I think we will need a BA as we have already few projects and are going to take more and without help it will be difficult to move forward. And I wonder whether it is necessary to hire BA now, or it it better to wait and watch if we need it or not. 

 
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