Business Analyst Job Description: Verticals in which a Business Analyst works

With the increase in the complexity of organizations, their expanse and their product offerings, there had been a considerable increase in the challenges faced by these organizations. A business analyst, with his analytical, problem solving and elicitation skills helps organizations achieve their strategic goals and objectives and is a vital component to their overall success.

A business analyst’s skills are essentials in every phase of the project development life cycle and spans across many verticals; namely Business, Technical, Managerial and functional. To help you understand more about the spheres in which the job a business analyst expands, we have created an info-graphic that elucidates the typical responsibilities a business analyst has to carry out in each vertical.
This info-graphic will depict how the job of a business analyst is not only about conducting business analysis; in turn its about reflecting on the present applications and processes, evaluating solutions to streamline business and acting as a liaising between key stakeholders.

We have clearly seen that the job of a business analyst is not only about conducting business analysis; in turn it’s about reflecting on the present applications and processes, evaluating solutions to streamline business activities and contributing to the achievement of an organization’s vital objectives.

Author Bio:
Robin, a PMP certified Project Manager having a profound inclination towards Business Analysis. In his spare time you can find him sharing his knowledge on his Business analysis blog. You can reach out to him at robin@thebusinessanalystjobdescription.com

(BAMentor: I’m a sucker for a good infographic so was very happy to share this with you when Robin suggested you might find this useful)

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