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  1. By:M.R.M.Nowfeek MCS(SL),MSc in IT, PGD in IT, BSc in MIT, BSc in IT, HNDE, BTEC ,ICDL,DICAP Certified Trainer :IPICT/ASAP/EPASS Dip in ICT , Dip in IT , Dip in Hardware & Networking Higher Diploma in Business Management CS250-Management Information System
  2. 2 A person who understands both business and computing. Systems Analyst By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  3. Systems Analyst 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 3 By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  4. 4 - 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? By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  5. The System analyst’s skills An analyst must process various skills to effectively carry out the job. Specifically, they must be divided into two categories: Interpersonal skill: 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. Technical skills: Focus on procedures and techniques for operations analysis, systems analysis ,and computer science. 5 By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  6. The Interpersonal Skills include:  Communication: Communication is not just reports, telephone conversations, and interviews. It is people talking, listening, feeling and reacting to one another  Understanding: 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.  Teaching: Educating people in use of computer system, selling the system to user, and giving support when needed.  Selling: Selling ideas and promoting innovations in problem solving using computers. 6 By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  7. The Technical Skills include:  Creativity: Helping users model ideas into concrete plans and developing candidate systems to match user requirements  Problem solving 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 functions 7 By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  8. The Technical Skills cont..  Project management: Scheduling, performing well under time constraints, coordinating team efforts, and managing costs and expenditures.  Dynamic interface: 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 works. 8 By:M.R.M.Nowfeek
  9. The analyst’s Personal Attributes  Authority: The confidence to “tell” people what to do. Much of this quality shows in project management and team work to meet deadlines.  Communication skills: Ability to focus on a problem area for logical solution.  Creativity: Trying one’s own ideas, developing candidate systems using unique tools and methods.  Responsibility: Making decisions on one’s own and accepting the consequences of these decisions.  Varied skills: Doing different projects and handling change. 9 By:M.R.M.Nowfeek

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