There is an ever-growing need for improved and more reliable information transfer. This has resulted in a strong demand for Software Business Analyst professionals who can effectively bridge the knowledge and language gap between the business and IT communities. Becoming a PeopleCert Certified Software Business Analyst enables you to make the most of the moment. This best practice certification is recommended to define the Common Body of Knowledge for the practice of business analysis and evaluate an individual’s ability to apply that knowledge to practice.
The Business Analyst position is uniquely placed in the organization to provide a strong link between the Business Community and Information Technology. The evolution of the Business Partnership model, which had its roots in the very earliest days of the quality revolution, has finally created a relationship that is win-win. The Business Analyst needs to be fluent in both the language of business and the language of IT, is once again the key player.
Skill categories covered:
- Business Analyst Principles and Concepts
- Management and Communication Skills
- Define, Build, Implement and Improve Work Processes
- Business Fundamentals
- Software Development Processes, Project and Risk Management
- Acceptance Testing
- Commercial Off-the-Shelf Software and Performance Based Contracting
- Business Partner and Customer Support
Why choose PeopleCert Certified Software Business Analyst?
Acquiring the designation of Certified Software Business Analyst indicates a professional level of competence in the principles and practices associated with the business analyst profession. Certification is recommended to define the CSBA Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) for the practice of business analysis and evaluate an individual’s ability to apply that knowledge to practice.
Who is PeopleCert Certified Software Business Analyst for?
Certified Software Business Analyst certification is designed for the software professionals aspiring to grow their careers as Business Analysts in Information Technology. Job roles vary, but may include Business Analyst-Software, Software Analyst, Senior Business Analyst (Computer Software/Hardware/Systems), Business Analyst (Computer Software/Hardware/Systems), Software Developer / Business Analyst, Web Applications.
Application Support Analysts are also responsible for identifying known errors and problem trends and for finding permanent solutions. They frequently help with training of new staff and providing expert advice to the business, and to staff on the service desk.
They will be responsible for planning application system upgrades, installation of new releases, and migration to new systems, and may also get involved in writing specification for business requirements.