Each method has a value in a specific scenario. It becomes essential for business analysts to use diverse techniques to collect detailed and precise requirements from customers and stakeholders. Here are some of our favorite prerequisite collecting techniques.
Mentioned below are the most commonly used and effective methods of business analysis. In the process of business analysis, the analyst asks specific questions from clients/stakeholders according to the user requirements. It is a good practice to go with unstructured interviews to get an overview of a new business situation. After the informal interview, the next phase arrives, called formal interviews. In this formal or structured interview, the business analyst asks questions about their jobs, business issues, business products, business methodologies, competitors, their staff, and etc. All data is collected in this interview, objectives of the business are covered in the interview and then the next story of the project begins.