Business analysis is aimed at determining, in a clear manner, the needs of the company and possible manners of their implementation. The result may not always be a need to implement new software. Often, it’s sufficient to optimize the key business processes, improve individual work stations or develop appropriate work standards in the company.
While implementing new business venture or developing your company, don’t let these activities to be a sum of random actions. Our analytical services will help you to optimally use internal assets and at the same time minimize the risk of failure.
For what purpose you should perform business analysis?
Analytical process should always begin at the moment, when the business needs arise in your company. The reasons for such needs are very diverse:
- desire to improve effectiveness of individual job stations, elimination of bottlenecks mainly in the scope of logistics, production or other business processes,
- implementing new strategy of the company,
- placing new products or services on the market, development of infrastructure e.g. through purchase of new machines, development of the car fleet, etc.,
- adaptation to needs of the market and competition’s actions, which gain leader position on the market by introduction innovative products.
Regardless of the reason, business needs arise in your organization, which must be fulfilled so that the company could develop. Nobody wants to risk and invest money in the project, which from the beginning is doomed to fail. Therefore, the best solution must be found, which will not only fulfil your needs, but which will also be optimal in the context of your company’s development.
How do we work?
We perform business analysis in accordance with the effective good practices. We focus on the core areas:
Planning and monitoring
In the case of particularly complex projects, it’s impossible not to appreciate a proper planning of the entire analytical process. It’s hard to talk about good results, when you’ve omitted important factor affecting the success of your project.
At the beginning, we identify the key stakeholders in the project and based on that, we develop a methodology of work. Such individualized approach is an effective use of your time, your employees and other persons, directly or indirectly associated with imminent changes.
Monitoring of analytical environment is as important as the plan. Stretching of the process in time results in the fact that also project’s conditions may change. Extremely important is identification of those changes and taking them into account in documentation.
Acquisition of knowledge
Appropriate knowledge coming from stakeholders is the key to the success of the project.
For acquisition of knowledge, we use engaging techniques (e.g. brainstorming, focus groups), as well as non-invasive techniques (observations, prototypes). Thanks to that, we obtain an image that is as close to the objective one as possible, and therefore, it reflects reality in the best possible way.
Analysis of the company
It’s the most important part of the entire process. We identify here your business needs, as well as problems and potential opportunities. Our main and the most important objective is to show that the proposed ideas make sense and that the investment will be cost-optimal or not (which can also happen).
Thanks to the comprehensive analysis, you will be sure that requirements that we set concern the solution, which will be the best for you.
Assessment of solution
Our work is primarily for you. We devote a lot of time to assess the solution, which we’ve jointly prepared. We make use of examples proven by the market, we look for hazards that may occur and we make use of proven analytical methods.
Expect evidence from us – proving that your requirements have been met, that there are no collisions between stakeholders and that no significant issue has been left out.
Management and analysis of requirements
While understanding your needs and having full knowledge about your company, we can focus on the development of requirements:
The requirements are collected from all stakeholders associated with the project, and then priorities are set. It’s usually the hardest part of the entire analytical process i.e. the determination what’s important and what should be done to meet your needs.
It’s worth noting that management of requirements is also appropriate communication – all interested parties should know, what are the mutual expectations of finally working out the best possible compromise in the case of disputed situations.