The creation of the processes which are a part of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) process is greatly influenced from many factors. These factors provide the underlying conditions that are outlined within business analysis approach. When ICT design, development and implementation process is being carried out within any organization, and business analysis plays an important role in defining many of the conditions, influencing factors and defining elements which are crucial part of the ICT process (Barnett, Rudd, & Ward, 2005).
ICT design and influence of business analysis
ICT implementation and influence of business analysis
ICT implementation also opens the possibilities of developing strong and strategic foundation of the business processes. This means that business analysis creates the enabling factors, which provide strategic direction to the organization during the process of ICT implementation. Such kind of approach also ensures that the ICT implementation is kept within the stated goals and objectives of the business organization (Frisendal, 2012).
The overall working of ICT design, development and implementation is influenced by the details that are provided as a part of the business analysis process. It becomes the basis within which the ICT process carried out its functioning. The direction and strategic approach of the ICT process is laid down as a part of the business analysis. Thus, business analysis is an extremely critical part of the ICT process in any form of organization (Pather, Remenyi, & Remenyi, 2011).