If you are a business analyst, whether you like it or not, you are required to wear many different hats, such as keeping communication lines open with the different management personnel. Another one you gotta deal with is the HR department, production, marketing, sales, as well as the good finance department. Thus the reason You must have so many hats that you have to wear and have knowledge of.

As a business analyst one of your jobs is to make sure that the doomed projects never get started, as well as seeing to it that the projects with high potential are advanced.

As an analyst you will also be known as the requirements analysts and engineer. It just depends on the kind of business and the type industry you are involved with. It is almost to the point of the old saying–Jack of all trades–master of none, except as a good business analyst you will come close to mastering all.

The term business analysis is more generic and applies to several sectors of the business, software and other groups and sectors

Working as an analyst you will find that not only are you accountable for a lot of solutions that in one way or another meet very defined needs. As an analyst you must also be able to access projects once they have been implemented. Actually a business analyst is the bridge between an organizations, technologists and most other departments.

Rather than focusing on the nuts and bolts of database designing or management of the network. An analyst will develop, document and manage the requirements that are needed in order to meet the desired goals of the business. The analysts are even involved in helping to determine what the goal should be.

The analyst worth his salt will be able to analyze and understand the business problems and should be able to present a recommendation of the solution needed to the business stakeholders.

Actually it is said that a good business analyst is an essential and necessary objective observer for that particular business or for the specified department. The job of the analyst is to review and determine if it is going to work out as planned and if not then get it stopped before too much is lost.

You will find that most business analysts are business driven and speak business language. IT architects have a different role, equally as important but they have little “connection” with business people. As an analyst you will soon find you are in a totally different league.