What’s a business & functional analyst? In short you are a sparring partner for the business and ICT team!
The longer version : You help your customers think 10 steps ahead of the game, and together you beat the competition. You are officially a Business Analyst : -
But you don’t want to get caught up in titles. There are people who claim to document requirements , and others who call themselves Functional Analysts or Business Analysts.
But in the end, you drive the agile mindset and focus on delivering the right value to your customers. You are a Realdolmen ambassador.
What does a day in a BA’s life look like?
The most important for you is to make sure that your customer’s business vision is clear and well documented. You strive to provide business value You make sure that the various business and technical teams are aligned with a realistic scope and common understanding.
You also drive all teams to work together : one team; one mentality is your motto. You gather and analyze requirements.
What does it take to be a Business & functional Analyst?
Maybe it’s obvious, but having a can-do attitude is the key to success! As a sparring partner it’s important to continuously challenge and make a difference for the business.
Sometimes this involves playing the devil’s advocate!
In addition, it’s important to be committed and result-oriented. Getting comfortable with process modelling and UML is indispensable.
That’s exactly what our Acaddemicts-program is for!
What’s the atmosphere amongst our colleagues like?
You work together with an open-minded group of colleagues; a group rich with a variety of personalities, backgrounds and work experience.
And we have football, pizzas, sushi or running lovers in the team, so don’t worry about finding a partner in crime. We encourage growth, provide coaches to support you on your day to day activities and offer you a large knowledgebase on various methodologies.
Realdolmen will help you grow, we will provide you with a vehicle. English is mandatory because it’s our official way of communication within the team and towards our clients.
French or Dutch are important to know- after all, this is Belgium !