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A “Business Analysis Survey “was conducted by Sparx Systems (India), in collaboration with BA Convention and IIBA™ at Bangalore , India.
The outcome of the survey revealed some interesting insights about the Business Analysis in India, which is garnering increasing importance in the realms of the Indian IT industry.
Though it was an elaborate survey which covered various aspects of business analysis in India, the below responses are more relevant to this EA user community
- Requirements gathering and Use Cases writing are still the primary tasks assigned to Business Analysts
- 75 % of the participants agree that one third of the project efforts are spent on corrections or repetitions
- 80 % of the participants advocated the usage of Requirements Management and Business Modelling tools improve the quality of projects
- 62 % of the respondents felt that initial upfront cost involved in procuring and training of modelling tools act as a deterrent
This is a strong indicator that the Business Analysts and organizations are looking for a Cost effective , Easy to Learn and Comprehensive tool to address their needs.
Enterprise Architect is the potential tool to address the above demands with
Rich Feature Set
Enterprise Architect’s Requirements Management, Use Case Modelling, Business Process Modelling, End to End Traceability and Project Management capabilities helps organizations to eliminate usage of multiple tools.
Enterprise Architect 11 provides a number of features including the Specification Manager, Charts and Dashboards, Enhanced Docx documentation, OSLC support and much, much more. Each of these features will address the needs of the Business Analysts.
Easy to use:
The intuitive IDE of Enterprise Architect enables ease of Use and quick learning, even for the non-technical associates.
Compared to other traditional Business Modelling tools, Enterprise Architect is less expensive and can address the cost concerns of Business Analysts.
With its rich feature set, ease of use and cost effective advantage, Enterprise Architect is the right choice for the Global Organizations who have their extended presence in India through outsourcing or subsidiaries.
Please click here for the details of the survey.