Enterprise Systems Analysis

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Enterprise Systems Analysis

Enterprise Systems Analysis is a process that focuses on understanding the needs of a business as a whole, its strategic direction, and identifying initiatives that will allow a business to meet those strategic goals. It involves a thorough examination of not only the business problem and its proposed solution, 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. The process is done at a project’s inception and includes examining currently proposed business initiatives for both viability and effectiveness, identifying the true, core business need(s) at hand, regardless of what has been proposed thus far, describing the ideal solution to the need, evaluating strategic risks and returns associated with any proposed business solution, and creating business requirements defining the business need and proposed solution, complete with visuals and a sound business case. Enterprise Analysis is the key starting point to the requirements process, identifying the scope of the business need and justifying its solution. It is continually referenced and refined throughout any business analysis endeavor, particularly in agile development. The role of enterprise analysis is useful for a number of roles in the business world that may have interest in pre-project research and solution justification, including but not limited to business analysts, project managers, stakeholders, business owners, and software engineers.