Process changes are often not obvious

Look for the business changes that will produce the most benefits (the highest return-on-investment…or “ROI”). Put the right business processes in place that actually streamline your costs of delivering your product or service. A Business Analyst can help you because they bring and objective view. They can be the catalyst that helps:

  • Clarify your business objectives, upon which all your operational business decisions will be based.
  • Identify (based on cost-benefit analysis) and scope the areas that should be addressed first
  • Map the existing business processes, identify the current inefficiencies, and determine the process changes that need to be made.
  • Develop and implementation plan for putting the business process changes in place.