DEFINING BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - 3 Days - Cost : £990

COURSE FEATURES

Running through this course there is a highly relevant case study concerning the enhancement of an
existing mainframe with a PC interface . This provides a series of related exercises on which
delegates work both singly and in groups. And through these sessions they learn how the techniques
taught may be applied in the real world.

Delegates thus build confidence in the use of effective analysis and design definition techniques.
And upon return your people can put these techniques to immediate use

WHO WILL BENEFIT

Recently appointed Business Analysts or those with some experience wishing to refine their skills.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion, by combining interpersonal skills and modern techniques, delegates are able to:

o Complete detailed definition of data requirements
o Define all relevant events and their possible sequence
o Define in detail the business rules to which the processing must comply

COURSE CONTENTS

ROLE OF THE SYSTEMS DEVELOPER:
Design objectives & constraints, Interface with Analysis, Use of relevant techniques

RELATIONAL DATA ANALYSIS
Entity modeling, Normalisation, Third normal form (TNF), Keys and codes, Fully normalised tables

DEFINING THE USER INTERFACE:
Defining logical inputs & outputs, Cross reference to data model, Aspects of dialogue design

EVENT MODELLING:
Defining events Events & processes, Events and data model, Entity life histories (ELHs)

PROCESS DEFINITION:
Top down approach, Pseudo Code, Action diagrams

Schedule

Public schedule Jun 18 Jul 18 Aug 18 Sep 18 Oct 18 Nov 18 Dec 18 Jan 19 Feb 19 Mar 19 Apr 19 May 19

We can run this course just for you - at our locations, a local hotel, or on your site. Please ask for details.

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