At Dazeworks, business analysis is the core of our projects. It is one of the key roles that contribute heavily to the success of a project. It is essential for us to choose a person that adapts to our organisational culture and at the same time benefits and learns from us. Being a Business Analyst definitely involves the ability to manage the constant change throughout the project. We are looking for agile business analysts who can contribute to the organisation and take up and lead more responsibilities than that are assigned.
- Work with the Sales team to gather requirements, create demos and proposals for lead projects.
- Examine business situations that may conceivably be understood by usage of automated systems and/or modifications to business processes.
- Determine operational objectives by studying business functions, gathering data; assessing yield prerequisites and formats.
- Recommend controls by identifying problems in the current system and writing improved procedures.
- Define project requirements by identifying project milestones, phases and elements; forming project team; establishing project budget.
- Construct required diagrams.
- Provide demo to the customers and internal team
- Create and maintain team spirit with the colleagues.
- Provide expertise in identification, evaluation, design, development, and deployment phases.
- Accountable for customer-facing, internal documentation.
- Make useful, significant, and repeatable detailing that features pertinent business patterns and open doors for development.
- Screen project progress by following action, settling issues, distributing progress reports, and prescribing activities.
- Contribute in UAT planning and execution.
- Resolve issues by triaging business or systems issues.
- Maintain client relations and protect operations by keeping information confidential
- Adapt the current tools used by the organisation and adhere to standard operating procedures defined.
What we are looking for
- Critical Thinking
- Documentation and Specification
- Visual Modeling
- Facilitation and Elicitation