BA as Digital Systems Analyst
This presentation will focus on the evolving needs and skills of a BA working on digital projects such as website content management, e-Commerce, and custom/mobile applications. When working closely with marketing teams, the needs of a BA transition to a team member who understands not only technical and platform dependencies, but also comprehends and communicates the holistic set of customer touch points, analytics, web governance and an understanding of an enterprise’s business and data model. This presentation will have real-life project examples from our work at EPAM working with global, digital engagements.
Let's go to Discovery!
The purpose of this talk is to shed light on Discovery phase as one of the most challenging and crucial for the success of your project. I'm going to talk through both theory and practice of all the aspects of Discovery: preparation, execution, wrap-up, transition. The speech will be full of real examples from my experience and also my colleagues from EPAM Digital Engagement Practice.
This talk will mainly be interesting to the client facing roles: business analysts, solution architects, delivery managers and the others.
Business Analyst's role in Digital Transformation
Digital Transformation has become a buzzword of today. Business leaders across the globe are seeking for guidance to ensure their organizations will survive digital disruption.On the other hand, the digital transformation vendors, consulting firms, service agencies, IT service providers are seeking to find their niche in this emerging and highly competitive market.
Having had a chance to be involved in such engagements as a BA and consultant, I'd like to share my thoughts, tricks and tips that may help business analysts and other client-facing roles to be better prepared for the projects of tomorrow.
In my presentation, I will focus on how our clients think today, what type of engagement and level of consultancy they expect from vendors, and will share several real examples from my practice.