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New Post 5/22/2010 11:22 PM
User is offline Keondo
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Business Requirements - Offshoring / Outsourcing 

Hi all,

I am interested to understand what are the business requirements when dealing with offshoring of business operation project. Below are some of the high level  areas I have identified.

- Infurstructure

- Operation

- Change Management

- Human Resource

- Regulatory and Compliance

- Implementation

As you can see, they are very broad when comparing to specific technology implementation business requiements.

Interested to hear from anyone who have gone through this type of project as a BA.









New Post 7/23/2020 5:30 PM
User is offline kayleycun
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Re: Business Requirements - Offshoring / Outsourcing 

I will start off by apologizing if this isn't the right location for this post. I tried to search for similar topics, but couldn't find anything for my specific questions and then I found this. Was just wondering if there's still companies out there providing outsourcing services in this pandemic?

New Post 9/3/2020 4:34 AM
User is offline MadiMo
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Re: Business Requirements - Offshoring / Outsourcing 

As a BA I would hear those requirements from serniors who will specify them, the BA is someone who elicits these requirements not suggesting them, unless asked to contirbute to ideas. 

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