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6.3. Technical business analysis

Technical business analysis is a term used to describe business analysis relating to software systems. As with any business analysis, it involves asking questions, exploring the underlying reasons for requests, understanding the desired outcomes, and then devising solutions. It requires you to understand the basics of how systems work and the limitations or obstacles the environment may impose on your recommendations.

6.3.1. Why the information?

The process of analyzing content management interfaces and processes starts far from the technical implementation. It starts with the content that is to be managed and the underlying business reason for having that content. We are not asking, What is this content supposed ...

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