Business and Systems Analysis

Business Analysis

Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an organizational context, by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. Our Business Analysts assume the role of a change agent and liaise between business and IT and to help businesses do business better.


Our analysts also adhere to the Business Analysis Book of Knowledge (BABok) standards. They are empowered to take a leadership role in defining the goals and requirements for program or projects and supporting continuous improvement in an organizations' technology and processes.

Systems Analysis and Design

Systems Analysis is the process of studying a procedure, system or application in order to understand its current use, functionality or process flow with the distinct intention of identifying gaps, designing solutions to close those gaps and defining a more efficient and robust way to doing business.


At Aliora Professional Services Inc., we use business and systems analysis skills to identify and articulate the need for change in how organizations work, we facilitate that change and ultimately use the systems analysis skill to explicit formal inquiry carried out to help a decision maker identify a better course of action and make a better decision than she might otherwise have made.


We identify and define the solutions that will maximize the value delivered by an organization to its stakeholders. We involve key stakeholders in everything from defining strategy, to creating the enterprise architecture while working across all levels of an organization. We view systems analysis as a problem-solving technique that breaks down a system into its component pieces for the purpose of the studying how well those component parts work and interact to accomplish their purpose.


There are a number of different approaches to system analysis including:
  • The development of a feasibility study: determining whether a project is economically, socially, technologically and organizationally feasible
  • Fact-finding measures, designed to ascertain the requirements of the system's end-users (typically involving interviews, questionnaires, or visual observations of work on the existing system)
  • Gauging how the end-users would operate the system (in terms of general experience in using computer hardware or software), what the system would be used for and so on
Our analysts use a phased approach that breaks system analysis into 5 phases:
  • Scope Definition: denoting an instrument for observing, viewing, or examining
  • Problem analysis: analyzing the problem that arises
  • Requirements analysis: determining the conditions that need to be met
  • Logical design: looking at the logical relationship among the objects
  • Decision analysis: making a final decision

Business Analysis

Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an organizational context, by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. Our Business Analysts assume the role of a change agent and liaise between business and IT and to help businesses do business better.


Our analysts also adhere to the Business Analysis Book of Knowledge (BABok) standards. They are empowered to take a leadership role in defining the goals and requirements for program or projects and supporting continuous improvement in an organizations' technology and processes.

Systems Analysis and Design

Systems Analysis is the process of studying a procedure, system or application in order to understand its current use, functionality or process flow with the distinct intention of identifying gaps, designing solutions to close those gaps and defining a more efficient and robust way to doing business.


At Aliora Professional Services Inc., we use business and systems analysis skills to identify and articulate the need for change in how organizations work, we facilitate that change and ultimately use the systems analysis skill to explicit formal inquiry carried out to help a decision maker identify a better course of action and make a better decision than she might otherwise have made.


We identify and define the solutions that will maximize the value delivered by an organization to its stakeholders. We involve key stakeholders in everything from defining strategy, to creating the enterprise architecture while working across all levels of an organization. We view systems analysis as a problem-solving technique that breaks down a system into its component pieces for the purpose of the studying how well those component parts work and interact to accomplish their purpose.


There are a number of different approaches to system analysis including:
  • The development of a feasibility study: determining whether a project is economically, socially, technologically and organizationally feasible
  • Fact-finding measures, designed to ascertain the requirements of the system's end-users (typically involving interviews, questionnaires, or visual observations of work on the existing system)
  • Gauging how the end-users would operate the system (in terms of general experience in using computer hardware or software), what the system would be used for and so on
Our analysts use a phased approach that breaks system analysis into 5 phases:
  • Scope Definition: denoting an instrument for observing, viewing, or examining
  • Problem analysis: analyzing the problem that arises
  • Requirements analysis: determining the conditions that need to be met
  • Logical design: looking at the logical relationship among the objects
  • Decision analysis: making a final decision