Business Analyst

A Business Analyst (BA) is someone who analyzes the existing or ideal organization and design of systems, including businesses, departments, and organizations. BAs also assess business models and their integration with technology.

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Possible Benefits and Drawbacks of Including Business Analysts in Software Projects
... They serve as the mediator or the bridge between the Technical and Business end of stakeholders ... formal structure or processes exist, the Business Owners and Developers communicate directly ... time to spend attention to this topic, this can present a problem the goal of the Business Owner is to get what they want very quickly, and the goal of the Developer is to give the ...

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