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'm a recent MIS grad and I'm looking to go down the Business side path of MIS. I'd love to be a Project Manager or a Business System Analyst down the road but I'm having a hard time finding an entry level job for these roles. What type of job (title would be helpful) should I be looking for here?
As a systems analyst, your job is to design computer networks for companies after analysing their companies' environment.
However, do you also help them design a telecommunications system or a camera surveillance system?
Do you get to cross into other fields of work in the design of your clients' computer systems?
I'm looking for a compagny that can provide a job offer for a skilled foreing worker. I'm a system analyst, in Telecom Area I have got a wide experience and am very motivated to find a job in telecom area as business analyst, system analyst, database specialist or project manager.
I want a real job offer for a system analyst, I dont need just any job.
What are the qualification for each profile?
What are the job resposiblities of System Analyst or System Administrator?
Is there any Institute in Delhi in India offering courses or training for same profile?
What is the minimum Salary package is offered to Freshers for each profile?
Any of you, if working as System Analyst or System Administrator, if you can give me ur email id or any contact details, it would nice of you.
Thanks in Advance....
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.
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.
If you have a CCNA certificate, will it be good enough for you to get a job as a system analyst? Or you need something more? Eg, CCNP?
There are so many IT roles (Business Analyst, Developer, Systems Analyst, DBA, etc) I am interning as a Java developer and also have work experience as a QA and also with hardware/networking. I'm welcome to all opinions!
I have graduated with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and I am working as an IT system analyst specialized in WinCC (PLC), Wonderware InTouch and BarCoding. After having this experience, what professions (JOBS) could I transfer to which are more related to my field which is Electrical Engineering?
I'm hoping to find a decent business job in this crappy economy. After debating (with myself) whether I'd pursue a generic business degree which comes highly recommended both by peers and most career sites I've been on or go bold with a much-harder Economics degree, I finally decided to go with the latter.
Exactly what kind of jobs could I land with an Economics degree? Is it even advisable to pursue it?
I want to get an IT job at Google as a Systems Analyst, Network Analyst, or Software Engineer out of college. I know it is very hard.
What should I do to stand out? I have a 3.78 GPA, a prior internship as a technical aid, relatively decent interviewing skills and am a member of my school's IT organization
What are my chances of getting hired?
ABC Ltd. Is a Kolkata based organization dealing with computer peripherals.
For this purpose they import various components from various locations outside the State but within the country and deliver them within Kolkata only. However the existing inventory management system is manual till date.
You are appointed by the company as a system analyst who will study the existing system and will recommend suggestions for improvisation of the existing manual system as well as other necessary steps leading to the automation of the existing system. answer within 2200-2500 words.
I want to be a computer systems analyst and im wanting to take information systems, computer science and engineering. What colleges are respected?
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?
I am looking to work in the business sector of the IT field. However, I am not sure what certifications I need besides the CCNA. I am also planning on getting my bachelors in information technology. So if someone can give me some suggestions as far as certifications and degrees I should go for, I would greatly appreciate it. Also, I would like to know how much can I expect to make in a corporate setting in NYC? Thank you
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?
Do You need to be a good programmer to be a systems analyst ? and what is the system or business analysis job like ?
I am currently majoring in computer information systems and I want to add another major in management information systems. It's only 3 different classes that I would have to add. But what kind of jobs could I get and would this be beneficial? Also, should I get a masters in business management or computer systems if I want to be an analysts?
I'm expecting a 2:1 in Bsc Accounting and considering going to another uni to take a Msc Business Information Technology which gives you the opportunity to specialise in Business systems, Business Information Technology, Business Telecommunications and Business Analysis.
Does anybody have any experience with that line of work or could recommend it? What are the job prospects like?