Business analysis is an integral part of the CORE implementation process. It enables CORE to identify key areas where clients can improve business practices and gain strategic advantage.
The business analysis process is a joint process between CORE consultants and the customer. Through the process of business analysis both technical and non-technical aspects of system deployment are explored. A frequent outcome of the business analysis process is the identification and elimination of non-value added tasks that are currently being performed by the organisation.
The ultimate goal of business analysis is to help the organisation identify areas for process improvement thus enabling clients to reduce costs and use resources more efficiently.
CRP (Conference Room Presentation) forms an integral part of the business analysis process. CRP is a detailed run-through of all modules of the system with the client and the respective CORE Process Experts. This has proved to be a very useful and important practice as it is the first in-depth view the client has of the entire system. It allows them to see how they can customise the system to their own business needs.
Although primarily performed prior to system implementation, clients frequently avail of the business analysis service on an ongoing basis as they continually strive to improve business processes and procedures.