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Re: Business Analysis vs Enterprise Analys
« Reply #15 on: October 04, 2019, 07:24:33 pm »
Enterprise analysis is an executive/enterprise-level activity including all different components (primary and supporting, upstream and downstream),
where longer-term business needs are examined, strategic direction defined, and prospective responses and solutions explored, identified, and assessed for scope, effectiveness, feasibility and risk.
This is done to determine and prioritize development and implementation over a multi-year horizon.

Business analysis is also a research process but happens after EA in the initiated project –
interacting with stakeholders to elicit, analyze and manage requirements,
and then developing and defining a solution to an immediate business problem.
The solution could be in the form of a product, system, process, or piece of software. Additionally, business analysis may involve testing and documenting the proposed solution.

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Re: Business Analysis vs Enterprise Analys
« Reply #16 on: August 09, 2021, 10:51:42 am »
Enterprise analysis is an executive/enterprise-level activity including all value chain components (primary and supporting, upstream and downstream), where longer-term business needs are examined, strategic direction defined, and prospective responses and solutions explored, identified, and assessed for scope, effectiveness, feasibility and risk. This is done to determine and prioritize development and implementation over a multi-year horizon.magnifying glass

Business analysis is also a research process but happens after EA in the initiated project ? interacting with stakeholders to elicit, analyze and manage requirements, and then developing and defining a solution to an immediate business problem. The solution could be in the form of a product, system, process, or piece of software. Additionally, business analysis may involve testing and documenting the proposed solution.

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Re: Business Analysis vs Enterprise Analys
« Reply #17 on: October 20, 2021, 01:05:11 pm »
The definitions can appear similar at first glance. Both are focused on understanding the needs of the business, identifying initiatives that will allow an organization to meet those strategic goals, and elucidating the attendant requirements necessary for implementation. The key differences, however, lay in the scope and time horizons involved.

Enterprise analysis (also known as strategic enterprise analysis or company analysis) is defined as focusing on understanding the needs of the business as a whole, its strategic direction, and identifying initiatives that will allow a business to meet those strategic goals. Enterprise analysis involves a thorough examination of not only the business problem (need) and its proposed business solution (if one already exists), but also an in-depth look into whether the proposed solution is truly the best solution, a detailed analysis of what the solution entails, its risks, and its feasibility in the existing organizational climate
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sBusiness analysis is also a research process but happens after EA in the initiated project ? interacting with stakeholders to elicit, analyze and manage requirements, and then developing and defining a solution to an immediate business problem. The solution could be in the form of a product, system, process, or piece of software. Additionally, business analysis may involve testing and documenting the proposed solution.

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Re: Business Analysis vs Enterprise Analys
« Reply #18 on: January 12, 2022, 11:27:58 am »
Business analysis is the understanding of the client business, market research, on client business, there by identifying the needs, providing the solution for business problems, planning and monitoring. Recommending solutions to the stakeholders.
        Where as enterprise analysis is the step by step process of identifying and analyzing the potential solutions to a business that allows organization to better understand their strategic business prospective.