The Business Systems Analyst Role

High-level definition of the Business Systems Analyst role

Business Systems Analyst title is most commonly used to refer to the analysis professional whose responsibilities start with requirements gathering and end with functional/technical specs.

For the most part “Business Systems Analyst” = “IT Business Analyst” + “Systems Analyst”.

Experienced Business Systems Analysts tend to have both strong business domain knowledge and extensive competencies in systems analysis and design.

Other common titles for this role are: Requirements Engineer, IT Business Analyst, Systems Analyst, Business Analyst (generic term), etc.

  


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 Business System Integration Analyst, 4/29/2014 
Reviewer: Palesa Radebe (Pretoria, South Africa)
I am a BSc. Computer Science graduate, who is currently performing the role. It is a very interesting role. Great exposure, as you are invloved from end to end of a process. You translate the "What" to "How" and also need to make sure that everything is what is required and works accordindly.
 Business System Integration Analyst, 4/29/2014 
Reviewer: Palesa Radebe (Pretoria, South Africa)
I am a BSc. Computer Science graduate, who is currently proferming the role. It is a very interesting role. Great exposure, as you are invloved from end to end of a process. You translate the "What" to "How" and also need to make sure that everything is what is required and works accordindly.

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