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Gajanan Sharnappa

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Tools used by Business Analyst
« on: June 13, 2017, 10:16:24 pm »
Business analysis tools are helpful in simplifying the more complex project scenarios and also allows better, user-friendly presentation of the business problems and processes.
Some of the commonly used tools are summarized below-
1. Axure- Axure RP 7 is a prototype tool. It provides the capability to produce wireframes, prototypes, and is a documentation tool.
2. Blueprint- Blueprint™ creates project blueprints ie: Development Models, Use Cases, Flowcharts, Test Scenarios and all Documentation
3. CASE- It provides effective requirements tracking, simple importing, exporting, and baselining, and a traceability matrix to easily show the impact of changing requirements on the system and process as a whole.
4. Caliber- Caliber is a complete requirements solution which facilitates stakeholder collaboration, rich visualization, robust management, and traceability of requirements to Agile delivery plans.
5. Enterprise Architect- Enterprise Architect provides full life cycle modeling for Business and IT systems, Software and Systems Engineering, and Real-time and embedded development. Enterprise Architect helps to trace high-level specifications to analysis, design, implementation, test and maintenance models using UML, SysML, BPMN and other open standards.
6. iRise- iRise is a collaborative platform used by business people, developers and end users to develop prototypes, capture requirements, and allow real-time collaboration and integration with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools.
7. iServer- iServer is a collaborative modeling platform that extends and enhances Microsoft Office and Visio.
8. SmartDraw- Smartdraw is a graphic diagramming tool that includes stencils for ANSI flowcharts, organizational charts, swim lane diagrams and data flow diagrams.
9. Wrike- Wrike is a work management and collaboration platform used by high-performance agile and waterfall teams.
10. Jama- Jama is an easier to use, more agile alternative to document-centric methods for requirements management.