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Role of system analyst

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Role of system analyst

  2. 2. SYSTEM ANALYST A systems analyst researches problems, plans solutions, recommends software and systems, at least at the functional level, and coordinates development to meet business or other requirements. System analyst is an individual who selects and configures computer systems for an organization or business. This means the analyst must understand the general objectives of the business.
  3. 3. A systems analyst designs new IT solutions to improve business efficiency and productivity. The system analyst must have a solid understanding of computer hardware and software and should keep up-to- date on all the latest technologies. He must also be willing to listen to the constant needs and complaints of the users he builds systems for.
  4. 4. Skills
  5. 5. Following are the important roles: Requirement Change Agent Investigator And Monitor Gathering Facts, data and opinions of users Solving Problems Motivator
  6. 6. Defining Requirement: The basic step for any system analyst is to understand the requirements of the users. This is achieved by various fact finding techniques like interviewing, observation, questionnaire etc. The information should be collected in such a way that it will be useful to develop such a system which can provide additional features to the users apart from the desired.
  7. 7. Change Agent: The analyst must be viewed as an agent of change. A candidate system is designed to introduced change and reorientation. In the role of change agent, the systems analyst may select various style to introduce change to the user organization. No matter what style is used, however, the goal is the same: To achieve acceptance of the candidate system with a minimum of resistance.
  8. 8. Investigator And Monitor: In defining a problem , the analyst pieces together the information gathered to determine why the present system does not work well and what changes will correct the problem. The analyst play the investigator role as well as also play monitor role. The analyst must monitor programs in relation to time, cost and quality.
  9. 9. Gathering Facts, Data and Opinions of Users: After determining the necessary needs and collecting useful information the analyst starts the development of the system with active cooperation from the users of the system. Time to time, the users update the analyst with the necessary information for developing the system. The analyst while developing the system continuously consults the users and acquires their views and opinions.
  10. 10. Solving Problems: The analyst must provide alternate solutions to the management and should do study of the system to avoid future problems. The analyst should provide with some flexible alternatives to the management which will help the manager to pick the system which provides the best solution.
  11. 11. Motivator: A system must be well design and acceptable to the user. System acceptance is achieved through user participation in its development, effective user training and proper motivation to use the system. The analyst’s role as a motivator becomes obvious during the first few weeks after implementation.
  12. 12. System Analyst Process
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