Identifying business needs and determining the right best fit solutions and approach to business problems can always benefit from an independent and neutral perspective, especially when solutions often include a systems development component and / or consists of process improvement, organisational change or strategic planning and policy development.
eCulture works as an agent of change and calls on specialised knowledge to act as a guide and lead business managers through unknown or unmapped territory, and qualify direction to get it to a desired destination.
The value of business analysis is in realisation of benefits, avoidance of cost, identification of new opportunities, understanding of required capabilities and modelling the organisation. Through the effective use of business analysis, eCulture ensure our clients realises these benefits, ultimately improving the way they do business.
eCulture employs proven elicitation and qualification methods in its business analysis service provision tailored to suite the nature of the requirement matched to the organisation concerned, i.e. acknowledging differences between for example commercial and public sector requirements.
Business analysis methods and combinations include:
Heptalysis (venture qualification), MOST (alignment to internal business attributes), SWOT (strengths and weaknesses analysis), Five Why’s (cause and effect analysis) and MoSCoW (prioritisation and allocation) and Six Thinking Hats (facilitation of brainstorming).
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