Two key ingredients underpin the systems analysis we carry out at Inforgen: robust scoping and pragmatic business thinking.
Our systems analysts understand how important it is that every change we make to our software and clients’ systems is designed to strengthen functionality and usability.
Our team also understands real-life business requirements and priorities, scoping each change to best practice, time and budget requirements.
1) Stage 1 - Problem analysis
We understand that businesses in all industries face a series of challenges to grow the top line, including:
Our systems analysts are experienced in assessing the impact of a problem across an organisation. Drilling right into the minute detail of the issue, the team uses this information to support their analysis at stage 2.
2) Stage 2 - Requirements and logic definition to form a scope
Armed with a thorough understanding of the issue, the systems analysts can define a set of requirements to keep the solution focused on business needs.
Scoping a solution driven by process and logic lies at the heart of all our changes to ensure efficiency and accuracy. We also use flow charts to capture a realistic view of all the different scenarios faced by our software users. Once requirements and logic are rigorously defined, stage 3 can begin.
3) Stage 3 - Planning for implementation
Technical expertise comes into play at stage 3 as the systems analysts plan the functionality for implementation in our software. The systems analysts then work closely with our development teams to see their plans turn into real system features for our customers.
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