Who wants roles and responsibilities?

5 Mar

The roles and responsibilities of a system analyst are numerous and diverse.  The system analyst is a key figure in a company and helps the overall interests of a company.The system analyst looks after the operating systems and the subsystems of the company.  With the development of technology and the increased dependence on computers makes the necessity of a system analyst increasingly vital.

The system analyst provides support to the operating systems and makes sure things run as smoothly as they should or even develop cheaper and faster methods.  The system analyst needs to be up-to-date and constantly pushing their knowledge on the industry constantly aware of the pros and cons of certain technology and choosing the specific technology which proves the lowest cost and best performance. The main role and responsibility for a system analyst is to make sure that the needs and  requirements of the clients correspond to the final solution.


  • System analysts require to collect, analyze and evaluate information.
  • Research, plan, maintain and control and update new and old operating systems.
  • Upgrade hardware and software with the operating system.
  • Analyse and evaluate business problems to define data processing needs.


2 Responses to “Who wants roles and responsibilities?”

  1. sad111454608 March 6, 2013 at 10:40 am #

    very good and interesting blog. Really shows how systems ananlysts have a major role in todays world.

  2. sad112540853 March 8, 2013 at 1:10 am #

    Great blog, could you ever see yourself being a system analyst?

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