Do we need him or her (systems analyst)?

15 Feb

Hi guys😀
I have not been here in a while…life has been busy!😀 R&G week etc. Well, let’s get talking! The big question here today is do we need analyst’s? I believe that it really does depend on the organization, as the little corner shop probably does not need him or her. Some people could argue that managers should be the people that make things work better, but when you look at big companies with many departments, things are getting more complicated –

Organization_Structure

To upgrade or improve a system like the one above we would need a lot of departments working together and those who use time more efficiently. As not all managers have or actually need skills like IT knowledge, it would be extremely hard to build a system which would improve an organization. Here I think we need the system analyst, a person who can spend all the time to gather information through talking to the staff, observing the structures, knowing the culture of the company and in the same time have the required IT knowledge and tools to create system that will make things work better.
So in other words system analyst will work within organization to make sure that all various systems and structures are working as well as the can into their capabilities. Analyst will examine the distribution of work, how it is originated, how it is created etc. He or she will work directly with different departments in a company to make work sharing, and communication easier, as well as optimizing the systems.
Well the big question?? Do we need such a person within the organization? My opinion is: big YES, but I would be more than happy to hear your opinions😀
Till the next time. I’ll be back😀

3 Responses to “Do we need him or her (systems analyst)?”

  1. sad112759089 February 15, 2013 at 7:22 pm #

    Great blog!

  2. sad112540853 March 4, 2013 at 2:22 pm #

    Great blog😀

  3. sad112540853 March 7, 2013 at 11:58 pm #

    why do you think organisations need system analysts so much?

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