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1. What a business analyst does
Business analysts understand and analyse user and business needs.
- make sure outcomes are aligned with service vision and business strategy by contributing to the link between current and future business models and delivering to the business architecture
- challenge constructively and act as a critical friend to achieve solutions that are fit for purpose
- facilitate collaboration and lead effective communication with all stakeholders to support design, build and delivery to meet the user needs
2. Business analyst role levels
The role levels are:
3. Other roles in product and delivery
There are 4 other roles in product and delivery: