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Business ANALYSIS

When we begin an analysis of your business process, we look to elicit, analyze, and validate information, starting with the most important questions: What are the problems you want to solve, what do you want to accomplish, and how can we deliver the most value to your business?
Once we’re clear on your business requirements, we bring in your stakeholders and discuss and agree upon the more specific needs and requirements:

  Stakeholder requirements – What your people want and need to get their jobs done
  Solution requirements – What you want the software to do, including time requirements for processes
  Transition requirements – Temporary requirements that will be in place during the life of the project only

    Mapping requirements to solutions—doesn’t always mean software.

In many cases, clients have come to us believing they need software to meet a need, but after discussing the need and understanding the goal, we are able to offer other options that might only require a simple process adjustment or minor modification to the current software.

  With all the requirements on the table, the next step is ‘solutioning’ – mapping your requirements, initiatives, objectives, and goals to either a change in your business processes or to the solution that we will design.

This step is critical to ensure we’re taking the smartest approach to meeting a requirement, rather than assuming it must be met by the software.

With requirements documented, communicated, mapped, and agreed upon by all the stakeholders, we’re ready to create a project plan, including, if needed, a recommended software solution that will address your requirements and help you meet your goals.

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+ DOCUMENTING REQUIREMENTS
Once we’re clear on your business requirements, we bring in your stakeholders and discuss and agree upon the more specific needs and requirements:

  Stakeholder requirements – What your people want and need to get their jobs done
  Solution requirements – What you want the software to do, including time requirements for processes
  Transition requirements – Temporary requirements that will be in place during the life of the project only

+ MAPPING REQUIREMENTS
    Mapping requirements to solutions—doesn’t always mean software.

In many cases, clients have come to us believing they need software to meet a need, but after discussing the need and understanding the goal, we are able to offer other options that might only require a simple process adjustment or minor modification to the current software.

  With all the requirements on the table, the next step is ‘solutioning’ – mapping your requirements, initiatives, objectives, and goals to either a change in your business processes or to the solution that we will design.

This step is critical to ensure we’re taking the smartest approach to meeting a requirement, rather than assuming it must be met by the software.

+ CRAFTING A PLAN
With requirements documented, communicated, mapped, and agreed upon by all the stakeholders, we’re ready to create a project plan, including, if needed, a recommended software solution that will address your requirements and help you meet your goals.

Learn how we can help your company get on the right path.

ArcherPoint’s business experts help you compare your current systems and processes to your short- and long-term goals with a comprehensive business analysis.

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