Phase I – On-site consultancy
- Identification of core users
- Defining current key IT requirements
- Understanding the business process within the organisation
- Evaluation of packaged solution fit to business processes
- Evaluation of medium and long-term IT requirements and
qualification of the business benefits of new technologies.
Phase II – Documentation
- Preparation of a Business Needs Requirement document
- Full explanation of relevant and available technologies, Web
applets, decision support tools, data warehousing technologies,
horizontal and vertical applications, explanations of proposals and
software and hardware
- Documentation of full business benefits
- Suggested phasing of implementations
- Outline of budgetary requirements for phases of implementation.
The initial analysis phase is attended by a Principal Consultant and key technical personnel from within K3 as required by the demands of the project. Also in attendance will be the appropriate client personnel involved in the key business processes. These people will form the ‘special interest group’ for the roll-out of the project.
The on-site consultancy will involve the interest group in a series of one to one and small group discussions.
What about documentation?
This report formalises all the findings of the analysis stages. It’s produced collectively by K3 personnel detailing all the salient points and issues discussed during analysis.
The document is circulated to the personnel identified by the client and then K3 will present the findings to the group in a forum for discussion and feedback.
Expert services to enhance your business systems and deliver real business benefit!
As business decision makers face the challenges of leveraging technology that’s vital to their companies, so the importance of K3 ‘s services increases. K3 works with our customers to define the right IT strategy for you and translate it into viable and sustainable solutions to meet your business needs. Through proven methodologies we ensure the initial concepts and requirements are developed effectively and on time.
Why a Business Needs Analysis (BNA)?
The purpose of a BNA is to clarify understanding of the business processes and aims of the client – both immediate and in the future – and to define the key components that are collectively required to move the business forward. By taking advantage of the best processes and technologies, the aim is to enhance processes and systems within the organisation to deliver real business benefits.