I work as a programmer and have a masters in computers. Though I like my job I would like to shift towards some business side and bit away from technical side. What does it take to be business analyst at a company? Do I need to do an MBA necessarily? I do not want to go to school again but I am sure there must be some reading I can do on my own to apply for Business Analyst jobs? Thanks.
Sorry for missing out, yes I am talking about business systems analyst, related to computers.
Looking for a way to get a jr business analyst job, any suggestions how to do this in calgary?
Relocating to dubai with my husband..would it be easy to find a IT business analyst job in dubai? I have over 4 yrs of relevant experience and am currently employed in the UK...how easy would you think it would be to get a job there?
I see one job that requires a high school diploma but three years of relevant experience. It's a business analyst job with an HMO.
Okay. I have a college degree so I'll just apply and see.
I have been a software developer for over 10 years. The problem I'm now facing is that my skills are obsolete. I realize that I could go back to school or study additional languages but I need a more immediate solution. Should I search for business analyst jobs? Or something similar?
Any advice for someone from NYC who is looking for a job in San Diego, CA? i graduated with an IT/MIS degree and currently a business analyst/IT consultant with 3 years of experience, looking for a similar position...ive been looking and havent found that many jobs :( what are the major companies or major headhunters in san diego? do you think they will neglect my resume when they look at my NYC address on my resume?
I am kumar doing mba in systems 2nd sem. is a mba fresher is eligible for business analyst job?
I have 3 years experience as a Senior Accountant in Orlando. I am looking for a new job as a commercial business analyst and would like to know how much a commercial business analyst should make in Orlando Fl? Please help.
I am moving from long-time developer to business analyst. The position has been newly created at my company, and I'm trying to help define my new role. We use the straight waterfall development process, and I'm wondering how the job of a business analyst specifically should be adapted to this methodology. I understand the role of BA varies greatly from org to org and particularly depending on which development process a company uses. Which job functions typically associated with a BA are particularly important when using waterfall? Also, which functions typically associated with a BA might be less appropriately handled by this position since we use the waterfall process?
A little about my organization that may be important:
- We do have a dedicated QA team that currently writes their own use cases which are used as test cases.
- For most projects, our "customers" are internal.
- Our products are for the most part built for an entire industry, not individual customers though they are sometimes adapted to specific implementations. Any external customers we may pull in would be more representative than comprehensive, as might be the case if we were a contractor or custom development shop.
Im planning to take Business with IT in college
I've been checking out the career choices I'll have later in life when I came across 'Business analyst',
What does a business analyst do? Is it a good job? Does it pay well? How is the state of job availability in such a field?
I came across a chart showing the avarage salaries of business analysts in IT/Computer software/Computer hardware. I do not know what a business analyst does exactly. What course should I take in college to become a business analyst.
Currently I'm planing on getting a degree in Business with IT in college, will that enable me to become a business analyst?
What does a peoplesoft tester do in comparison with a business analyst or a reporter?
Right now I am being trained to become a developer or a reporter. I really want to be a developer or a reporter. But my trainer insists that I am only good to be a tester and he keeps repeating it again and again eventhough I do all the programming as good as the next time , if anything, faster.
If he sends me as a "tester" what am I losing in terms of -looking into the future- ?
I am a college student majoring in IT and there is a career fair coming soon. A company I am looking at is offering an internship in system consulting, but not business analyst or IT consulting. If I apply for system consultant, will it be similar to an IT consultant or a business analyst?
Feedback will be appreciated, especially from those who are employed in either one of these positions.
Is it too late to change career as Business analyst ,as i am 39yrs old now .
I have 4 yr Degree but in civil engineering,but now am wrkng as risk analyst in a call center.so now i am planning to do certification course in Business Analyst ,so as i am 39yrs old will i get a job once i finish the course.
I am 32 & a plain B.Sc. graduate .I am working as a pharma salesman.I want to become business analyst in supply chain management.What to do?
Should I get a MBA degree by correspondence from SMU?
Another qn,Is SMU degrees recognized in the job-market by employers in India?
Can a quality assurance analyst become a business analyst ?What is the career growth for a Quality assurance analyst in india .The job opportunity and the pay scale ?
In the Web/Software/Systems development world, what is the difference between a product manager, a business analyst, and a end-user representative? It seems they are all different names for the same position, but maybe not.
I'm currently considering my career options [i'm going into uni soon] and would like to know which course i should do to become a business systems analyst.
Also, are the job prospects and salary for a BSA good??
Any advice would be nice, please help me out guys!
I am a recent graduate with a bachelors in business and technology management. I have been looking for work for the past few months as a business analyst, assistant project manager and a few others. I have been unsuccessful although I think I have a great resume, lots of experience and a good education.
The only jobs that I was able to find were with sales. However, with sales, I feel that my education is worthless. I do not see myself as a salesman.
My question is, what kind of positions should I be looking?
Im looking for a career change and want to be a business analyst., I have 3 years technical exp. On going through requirements of a bus analyst, I belierve I have all other skills like knowledge of tools, documentation skills, good language and communication skills, experience in liasoning wiht clients etc..
But one area where I lack is th edomain knowledge... how do I build up on it?
I am not very choosy about the domain im looking for.... could be anything, but I need a clear path as to how I can build my domain skills [my current proj is purely tech and offers no scope to gather domain knowledge]