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The system analyst is the person who responsible
for the development of software and hardware
solutions to efficient working of an organization
In performing these tasks the analyst must always
match the information system objectives with the
goals of the organization
- Identify the problem
-Analyze and understand the problem
-Identify the requirements
-Identify the solution
-Identify alternative solutions
-Design and implement the best solution
-Evaluate the result
What does a systems analyst do?
The System analyst’s skills
An analyst must process various skills to effectively
carry out the job. Specifically, they must be divided into
This skills deal with relationships and the interface of the
analyst with people in business. They are useful in establishing
trust, resolving conflict, and communicating information.
Focus on procedures and techniques for operations analysis,
systems analysis ,and computer science.
The Interpersonal Skills include:
Communication is not just reports, telephone conversations, and interviews. It
is people talking, listening, feeling and reacting to one another
Identifying problems and assessing their effects, having a grasp of company
goals and objectives, and showing sensitivity to the impact of the system on
people at work.
Educating people in use of computer system, selling the system to user, and
giving support when needed.
Selling ideas and promoting innovations in problem solving using computers.
The Technical Skills include:
Helping users model ideas into concrete plans and developing
candidate systems to match user requirements
Reducing problems to their basic levels for analysis, developing
alternative solutions to a given problem, and explain the pros
and cons of candidate systems
Knowledge of the basics of the computer and the business
The Technical Skills cont..
Scheduling, performing well under time constraints, coordinating
team efforts, and managing costs and expenditures.
Blending technical and nontechnical consideration in functional
specifications and general design.
Questioning attitude and inquiring mind:
Knowing the what, when, why, where, who and how a system
The analyst’s Personal Attributes
The confidence to “tell” people what to do. Much of this quality
shows in project management and team work to meet deadlines.
Ability to focus on a problem area for logical solution.
Trying one’s own ideas, developing candidate systems using
unique tools and methods.
Making decisions on one’s own and accepting the consequences
of these decisions.
Doing different projects and handling change. 9