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If you're seeking to add new additions to your team, we can be the Technical Business Analyst recruitment agency to make it happen. With access to our talent pool, we can help your business successfully progress into the future. Complete the form to request a callback, or speak directly to our Projects Solutions team on 033 3363 5263.

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A technical business analyst's job is to develop, manage and enhance plans to ensure organisations reach their future goals. They are the bridge between a business's business challenges and technical solutions. Typically they interpret business requirements into software development and other technology that can be understood and utilised by a tech-savvy audience. 

If you have issues with internal business processes or operate by using dated systems, a technical business analyst is a necessary hire. They can help identify these issues within your business and provide technology-driven alternatives or updates to your existing procedures to streamline success in your business.

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What is a Technical Business Analyst?

Technical business analysts are heavily involved in a business's functions and processes, taking raw data from an organisation and converting it into digestible solutions. Their knowledge of computer software and various technical systems is essential to helping companies overcome the technical challenges they may be facing.  

A technical business analyst's responsibilities include:

  • Gather, analyse and convert data to support technical solutions
  • Identify opportunities to enhance technical software systems and programming languages 
  • Document a business’s technical processes and procedures
  • Test new and existing software and systems to ensure they function correctly
  • Report and manage system and software programme projects
  • Ensure efficiency and security are integrated within the tech products
  • Monitor the licensing and regulation of tech products

Taking on a technical business analyst is a smart move for any business in need of acquiring some internal structure and stability from a technical standpoint.

When do I need to hire a Technical Business Analyst?

Suppose your business is struggling to adapt to modern working methods, with technology and digital at the helm of the business landscape. In that case, you should consider hiring a technical business analyst. 

A technical business analyst can be the glue that holds your business's transformation into the world of digital and technology together. Their ability to manage data and provide insight will go a long way to helping you achieve a seamless digital transformation. 

Additionally, suppose you are in the process of amending specific technical procedures within your business or taking on new tech-driven projects. In that case, a technical business analyst can support you with making these developments and advise on costs, timescales and implementation. 

Change can be concerning for members of your team, but a technical business analyst can be on hand to make sense of these technical adjustments to your business and help your employees understand and feel at ease with these changes. 

Ultimately, a technical business analyst is a perfect hire if you want to transform your business by leaning into tech.

What skills does a Technical Business Analyst need?

A business analyst's technical skill set should include having the knowledge and ability to operate and utilise the potential of computer systems and functions - from Windows and Mac operating systems to the specific technology used within your company.

Although they will not need the skills required to code the products, they must have a technical writing background. A technical business analyst will simplify complicated information for users by planning, testing and documenting software programmes, applications and other technology products. This information could be used in a manual for a user whose role is to operate the software, for example. 

In addition, a skill that every business analyst should have the ability to utilise data to conduct business analysis and develop different software systems and programmes. In order to translate their plans to the broader business, they must have excellent communication skills. They should also have fundamental project management skills to ensure technical assignments are delivered on time, within budget and aligned with the initial design. 

Project Solutions Qualifications

As standard, all of our Project Solutions graduates receive the following qualifications. 

Each graduate completes the BCS Business Analysis Foundation certification, demonstrating their proficiency in analysing and improving business processes.

Graduates receive the APMG Change Management Foundation certification, equipping them with the skills to drive successful organisational change initiatives.

Graduates undertake the Prince2 Foundation certification, solidifying their understanding of project management principles and best practices.

Graduates are taught the Lean Six Sigma methodology, earning Yellow and White Belt certifications to streamline processes, eliminate waste, and enhance efficiency.

Graduates will attain the AIPGE Accredited Process Mapping certification, empowering them to map, analyse, and optimise business processes effectively.

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Technical Business Analyst Recruitment With Pareto Project Solutions