Technical analysis of projects

Technical analysis of projects

Technical analysis of projects, or analysis of projects. Two sentences for one meaning which is the first and initial step that precedes any project that is considered to be built in the world of design and programming of sites and applications and complete

The Egyptian Free World Foundation has a large team specialized in the field of project analysis and innovation to reach the best and easiest ways to implement

But first of all, let’s work out the detailed meaning of the technical analysis of the projects.

What’s technical analysis?

Technical evaluation of the project or technical study is the first study that needs to be conducted after the project has been identified. In large projects our team conducts the technical study after determining the initial destination of the project whether it is a site or an integrated application or a special system, we have an integrated technical analysis team with engineers specialized in analyzing sites and others specialized in the analysis of applications and others for integrated systems

Project needs

After the general idea of the project is determined and the specialists are identified in the chosen destination, the specialists begin to determine the needs of the project and develop a study and a complete picture of the projects based on some things and tools, including:

Identify the design idea for the general project and develop a principled conception of the design form so that it is compatible with the main idea of the project and so as to facilitate the design team implementation with ease and creativity

Project analysis is an integrated and accurate analysis that identifies aspects of the project and the required software characteristics and the optimal methods of implementing it in order to achieve an easy and simple user experience

Develop the software mechanism used in the implementation of the project so that the client is informed of all the details of his project

Suggest useful characteristics of the project from experience and advanced thinking help make the project better

Study the market’s view of your project idea

Analysis of competitors for you and implementers of such a project idea

Wireframing work for project screens and expected configuration from the user’s point of view

Included Flow charting, UML

Study of the project on the ux hand

Study of the project on the seo side

Making suggestions for future work

Features :

  • Analyze the idea of the project in detail
  • Study the market's view of this idea
  • Analysis of competitors for you and implementers of such a project idea
  • Wireframing work for project screens and expected configuration from the user's point of view
  • Included Flow charting, UML
  • Study of the project on the ux hand
  • Study of the project on the seo side
  • Making suggestions for future work
Technical analysis of projects

Business analyst job description

According to Robert Half a business analyst job description typically includes:

  • Creating a detailed business analysis, outlining problems, opportunities and solutions for a business
  • Budgeting and forecasting
  • Planning and monitoring
  • Variance analysis
  • Pricing
  • Reporting
  • Defining business requirements and reporting them back to stakeholders

The role of a business analyst is constantly evolving and changing — especially as companies rely more on data to advise business operations. Every company has different issues that a business analyst can address, whether it’s dealing with outdated legacy systems, changing technologies, broken processes, poor client or customer satisfaction or siloed large organizations.

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Business analyst skills

The business analyst position requires both hard skills and soft skills. Business analysts need to know how to pull, analyze and report data trends, and be able to share that information with others and apply it on the business side. Not all business analysts need a background in IT as long as they have a general understanding of how systems, products and tools work. Alternatively, some business analysts have a strong IT background and less experience in business, and are interested in shifting away from IT to this hybrid role.

Technical analysis of projects

Certifications

Although business analysis is a relatively new discipline in IT, a handful of organizations already offer certifications to help boost your resume and prove your merit as an analyst. Organizations such as the IIBA, IQBBA, IREB and PMI each offer their own tailored certification for business analysis. These include:

  • IIBA Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA)
  • IIBA Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA)
  • IIBA Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP)
  • IIBA Agile Analysis Certification (AAC)
  • IQBBA Certified Foundation Level Business Analyst (CFLBA)
  • IREB Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE)
  • PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PBA)

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Business analytics tools and software

Business analysts typically rely on software such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Access, SQL, Google Analytics and Tableau. These tools help BAs collect and sort data, create graphs, write documents and design visualizations to explain the findings. You won’t necessarily need programming or database skills for a business analyst position, but if you already have these skills, they won’t hurt. The type of software and tools you’ll need to use will depend on your job title and what the organization requires.

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