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Does your business analyst understand process automation?

Posted by Dileepa WIjayanayake on Feb 21, 2019 9:23:45 AM

As we travel to meet teams all over the globe using our product, we have the great pleasure of speaking with business analysts,. Business Analysts (BAs for short) know their domain very well, but some are not as familiar with workflow automation, business process automation or digital processes.  For some, it's can be a tough process to take domain expertise and transfer it into digital processes. We help explain how to make this less challenging.

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For the BAs with domain expertise who have a tough time transitioning, these factors contribute to the learning curve running longer:

  • The Employee likes things a certain way
  • Their domain expertise correlate with digital processes
  • Find it challenging to think outside the box

To help with overcoming these factors, it is important to find a BA on your team that has quickly ramped up to the new product and process and have them help you get to the next step. 

Things to look out for in BAs that find an easy transition, typically include:

  • They are open minded
  • Get Creative
  • Start with automating the simple processes
  • Their domain expertise transformed enough to meet the digital process

Business analysts are a key part of organizations and add value in many ways, especially for the development teams.  Most BA who get into workflow automation with an open mind tend to do well and become very successful in business process automation.

If you are a BA that is finding working with workflow automation challenging we are here to help..

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Topics: business analytics