The Systems Analyst Role

High-level definition of the Systems Analyst role

The Systems Analyst is an “IT Business Analyst” who is more focused on system design and the technical aspects of the solution.

The systems analyst’s role is mostly system solution centric (does not generally participate in the requirements gathering process) and is involved in the creation of functional and technical specifications. This is the professional who, once requirements are clearly defined, creates the functional solution and, by working with the technical team (architect and developers), creates technical specifications and designs.

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


 

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