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Course Overview

Converting Business Needs to Solutions

The ultimate objective of a business analysis, process improvement or information technology project is to improve business results. This seminar will present proven approaches to analyzing current conditions, business needs and technology enablers. Verification and validation techniques will be used to assure proposed solutions meet the needs of users and customers.

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Key Topics
  • Analyze user and functional requirements
  • Prioritize and organize business requirements
  • Revise “to be” process and system designs
  • Determine requirements attributes
  • Verify and validate requirements
  • Define solution options
  • Analyze potential business value of solutions

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Section Schedule
Mar 05, 2020 to Mar 06, 2020
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
13.0
Delivery Options
Course Fees
Registration Fee non-credit $1,295.00
Section Notes

Accountants. This program is approved for 15 CPE credits. Program Level: Basic. Requisite Knowledge: None. Advanced Preparation: None. NASBA Subject Area: Business Management & Organization. Teaching Method: Group-Live.

 

This course aligns with the following skill(s) area within the PMI Talent Triangle as required by the PMI Organization: Technical Project Management

Section Schedule
Mar 11, 2021 to Mar 12, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
13.0
Delivery Options
Course Fees
Registration Fee non-credit $1,295.00 or $500.00 deposit

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