A Business Analyst, Software earns an average salary of £37,064 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 10 years in this career.
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Job Description for Business Analyst, Software
A software business analyst analyzes software that has been implemented within their company, reporting on its efficiency and developing ideas to solve any problems encountered. They may also be given a problem and expected to come up with software that can remedy the issue.Read More...
The software business analyst performs research and analysis to create a report that initiates a project. Once this project is approved, the software business analyst needs to make sure that all the tools needed to implement the project are available; they may also have to work within a budget. The software business analyst not only analyzes data, but also works with various branches of the company to figure out what needs to be improved and how these improvements can be made. User testing might also be another task that the software business analyst oversees. When the project is finished, the analyst carries out tests to make sure the software is functioning properly, and if not, what needs to be further improved to remove bugs or other issues.
Generally, at least a bachelor's degree in information technology, business administration, or another relevant field is required for this position. Previous experience - including with software relevant to the company's needs - is necessary as well. Software business analysts generally work full time in an office setting, although overtime and/or alternative hours may be required depending on their organization's and projects' needs. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Business Analyst, Software Tasks
- Plan, design, schedule and coordinate software development.
- Work with software developers and quality assurance testers to produce the software.
- Understand user conceptual requirements and needs.
- Translate user requirements into software specifications, resource estimates, and schedules.
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