RJC700 | Business Analyst (Core Banking-Domain)

Hiring business analyst from core banking domain or payment domain for a global leading product development company in payment segment. Relevant experience working for payment projects and banking projects will be an apt fit for this role.

Department: Product Development
Project Location(s): Chennai
Education: Engineering
Compensation: Industry Standards

Business system analysis
Experience: 4 to 5 years
Area: Payment or Core Banking
Chennai

Specific responsibilities of the position: The main role of the Senior Business Analyst is to effectively support the business and project teams in gathering requirements, designing, analyzing and writing documentation that contributes to the development of solutions optimal.

Work with our products or customer organizations to ensure that we maintain the basic integrity of the solution and that the enhancements, applications and localizations you design align with our overall strategy.

Provide quality deliverables through the following key work items: elicitation of business requirements, publication of cross-functional business flow diagrams, detail of functional and non-functional requirements, and publication of requirements traceability matrix.

Expectation management Stakeholder management Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Fluency in English, written and spoken Ability to think strategically and execute successfully Dedicated team player, both self-reliant and willing to multitask on various projects

Have the following technical skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) Proficiency in the use of Confluence and Jira Agile delivery tools Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Vision Having managed a team of 3+ Business Analysts

Desired skills:

Understand customers’ business requirements and create a Business Requirement Solution Document (BRSD) covering the product solution that will be offered to the customer

The requirements elicitation phase should include Understanding the business requirements (implicit and explicit)

Scope Planning Scope Definition Detail Scope and assumptions as well as constraints Detail of out-of-scope requirements

Publish scope document with stakeholders Review and approval by stakeholders Product improvements Identify opportunities for product improvement Drive the entire product improvement project in line with business management of demonstrations and presentation products to customers.