Course NameLength
Advanced Earned Value Management Workshop2 days
Briefing Skills and Techniques Course3 days
Briefing Skills and Techniques Workshop2 days
Business and Technical Analysis Training3 days
Business Case Analysis (BCA) Workshop2 days
Business Case Analysis Training | BCA Training Course2 days
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning Workshop2 days
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Workshop2 days
Business Strategy Toolkit2 days
Business Systems Analysis Training Crash Course4 days
Cost-Benefit Analysis for Government Projects Workshop2 days
Data Collection and Analysis Application2 days
Data Mining Training - Boot Camp Style4 days
Developing System Acquisition Cost Estimate Workshop2 days
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Training2 days
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Workshop for Managers1 day
Disaster Recovery Workshop for IT Professionals2 days
Earned Value Management (EVM) Training2 days
Earned Value Management (EVM) Workshop2 days
Earned Value Management Training Bootcamp4 days
Earned Value Management Workshop2 days
Eliciting, Collecting and Developing Requirements4 days
Forecasting Training using Trend Analysis2 days
Fundamentals of Earned Value Management Training2 days
Gap Analysis Training | Gap Analysis Course4 days
Integrated Cost Proposal Evaluation Workshop2 days
Introduction to Statistics Training2 days
Production Planning and Control (PP&C) Workshop2 days
The Black Hat Workshop2 days

Business Analysis


Business analysis can make the difference between success or failure in an organization.

Business analysis comprises a wide range of methods, tasks and skills – all of which the business analyst should have familiarity.

Business analysis is used to identify and articulate the need for change in how organizations work, and to facilitate that change. Business analysts identify and define the solutions that will maximize the value delivered by an organization to its stakeholders.

While the project manager oversees a project and keeps it on track, a business analyst makes sure the project manager leads the right project. The business analyst identifies which projects will best achieve the organization’s objectives.

Effective business analysis can help an organization elevate its ROI. Business analysts increase the benefit achieved through an investment, as well as reduce the cost to implement it, which ultimately increases your ROI.

Business analysis also benefits an organization by lowering costs by finding more cost-efficient solutions. Business analysis increases benefits by determining new needs within the organization, prioritizing those needs by value, and making necessary changes.

A large part of a business analyst’s job is to reduce overall company costs as well. The business analyst reduces project rework, underutilized functionality and requirements churn. They also identify and implement more cost-effective solutions.

Truth is, a business analyst has a lot of tasks involving lots of perspectives, such as:

  • Information Technology (focus on developing requirements)
  • Business Process Management (focus on analyzing, drafting and modeling business processes)
  • Agile (analyzing, planning, implementing and testing the changes (as a team member or product owner)
  • Business Intelligence (focus on data elicitation, data modeling and data documentation)

Business analysts work across all levels of an organization and may be involved in everything from defining strategy, to creating the enterprise architecture, to taking a leadership role by defining the goals and requirements for programs and projects or supporting continuous improvement in its technology and processes.

Training in business analysis should benefit every organization’s bottom line. Professional business analysis courses like the ones offered by Tonex provide alignment and clarity throughout a change process especially in terms of defining clear business requirements that fall within the scope of a project.

Business analysis training can also help organizations discover new organizational needs through analysis and as a result, can help the business reach a better understanding of the changes that need to be in place for continued success.

Business Analysis Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers several courses in Business Analysis in two categories:

  1. Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
  2. Earned Value Management

Who should attend Business Analysis Courses by Tonex?

Business Analysis courses offered by Tonex, or any other training provider, are typically designed for individuals who want to enhance their skills and knowledge in the field of business analysis. The specific target audience for these courses may vary depending on the course content and level of expertise, but generally, the following groups of people may benefit from attending Business Analysis courses by Tonex:

  • Aspiring Business Analysts: Individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in business analysis and want to learn the foundational concepts, techniques, and tools used in the field.
  • Junior Business Analysts: Those who have recently started their careers in business analysis and want to deepen their understanding of the role, refine their skills, and learn best practices.
  • Experienced Business Analysts: Seasoned business analysts looking to expand their knowledge and stay up-to-date with the latest trends, methodologies, and advanced techniques in business analysis.
  • Project Managers: Project managers who want to improve their ability to gather and analyze requirements, understand business processes, and work effectively with business analysts on projects.
  • IT Professionals: IT professionals, including software developers, testers, and system architects, who work closely with business analysts and want to gain a better understanding of business analysis principles to improve collaboration.
  • Business Managers and Leaders: Managers and executives who want to enhance their business acumen, improve decision-making, and gain a deeper understanding of how business analysis can drive organizational success.
  • Consultants: Management consultants, business consultants, and IT consultants who want to add business analysis skills to their toolkit to provide more comprehensive solutions to clients.
  • Anyone Involved in Requirements Gathering: Individuals involved in the process of gathering, documenting, or validating requirements for projects, products, or services.
  • Professionals Transitioning to Business Analysis: Individuals from diverse backgrounds (e.g., finance, marketing, healthcare) who are considering a career change to business analysis and want to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge.
  • Continuous Learners: Individuals who are committed to continuous professional development and want to stay informed about the evolving practices and methodologies in business analysis.

By conducting effective business analysis, the business analyst increases the plausible benefits to be had from any recommended solution. Participants in our Business Analysis courses learn about this and much more.

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