As a rule, new clients come to CodeIT with a business idea and hire us to implement it into a quality custom software product to solve their business goals. Clients usually don’t have any specific technical requirements - they present the idea in terms of business and describe what result is expected.

As every business is unique we investigate all specifics of client’s idea in details and provide the best approaches to reach the goal. The process is called Business Analysis or sometimes Requirements Engineering.

According to “A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®” Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an organizational context, by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. It enables the enterprise to articulate needs and the rationale for change and to design and describe solutions that can deliver value.

CodeIT provides business analysis services in terms of the Information Technology perspective helping clients and product owners to discover business requirements and interpret them into both functional and non-functional specifications to be implemented later by the development team. Business requirements are gathered by the specialist - Business Analysis.

What does Business Analyst do?

  • Determine the project’s business objectives and desired outcomes
  • Analyze needs and solutions
  • Visual models for the requirements (e.g. wireframes, UML diagrams, etc.)
  • Requirements documentation known as Software Requirements Specification (SRS)
  • Handle all the activities related to the requirements management during the project
  • Translate all discovered requirements to technical ones and pass them to the development team

What do we offer?

Requirements engineering in Waterfall Methodology
Software Requirements Specification design which will be used to develop the product according to a transparent and well-planned process
Requirements engineering in Agile methodology
Involves creating backlog and user stories and supporting the whole product development lifecycle
Reverse requirements engineering
Analysis of existing product functionality and documenting it in order to facilitate effective product updates
Competitive analysis
Analysis of competing products in order to choose the “killing features” for the product in development
System architecture optimization
Finding external systems and libraries which can enrich product’s functionality and optimize the required effort

Industries we work with