Business Analysis and Strategic Change Management (SCM)

Analysis enables quantification of the problem or challenge at hand, before embarking on a strategy to devise an efficient and effective solution Change is a never-ending drive towards continuous improvements best controlled through strategic management


Ambosco provides Business analysis and strategic change management (SCM) services to facilitate the identification of the ‘problem’.

  • Business Analysis and SCM services to facilitate identification of the ‘problem’ and resolution through strategic change management
  • Defining and specifying Business Requirements using Business Process Modeling (BPM)
  • Identifying area of business process improvements using disciplines such as Six Sigma and Lean methodologies
  • Collaboration in the design and definition of feasible solutions
  • Implementation Planning and Change Management
  • Controls and Continuous Improvement monitoring


Business Analysis is all about measuring twice and cutting once. It helps reduce costs and save time by.

  • Business Analysis and SCM services to facilitate identification of the ‘problem’ and resolution through strategic change management
  • Reducing the rework by identifying the correct requirements in the first instance (right first time)
  • Identifying alternative and cost effective solutions BEFORE taking resolution steps
  • Collaboration in the design and definition of feasible solutions
  • Focusing the efforts towards a commonly agreed resolution goal

Process and Domain Modelling

Modeling the behavior and language of business is important to understand the domain in which end-users operate and to depict their requirements for change.


  • Business Process and Domain Modeling using the UML2 and BPMN standards
  • Conversion of textual requirement and functional specifications into visual models
  • Translation of traditional process/functional diagrams (Data Flow Diagrams, Flow Charts, etc.) into multi-dimensional models showing both structural and behavioral aspects
  • Modeling that facilitates Business Process Management (BPM), Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) and Business Process Improvements (BPI) using industry standard disciplines, such as Six Sigma and Lean


In advertising it is commonly said, “A picture is worth a thousand words”. However, common business processing descriptions consist mainly of desserts of text to describe the process within a particular business area.

Using a visual process and domain modeling approach, provides a pictorial view of the business processes, which is far easier to comprehend.

Business Process Improvements

Analyzing and making business processes efficient by continually looking for improvements in an ever-changing world.


  • As-Is to To-Be business process analysis and design, across both manual and automated processes, using industry standard disciplines such as Six Sigma and Lean.
  • Development of automated business processes using methodologies such as, Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP) and Agile Unified Process.
  • Testing, Quality Assurance, Post-Change Assessment and Support of implemented changes


Change is a constant occurrence. Adapting to change is the challenges faced by those managing the business and its associated core functional processes.

Business Process Improvement (BPI) provides the tools and techniques needed to identify any weaknesses in business processes, and devises improvements that are implemented using a controlled approach.

Program and Project Management

Planning and managing the successful delivery of solutions and ensuring goals are realized for the benefits of the organization.


  • Management of project(s) at both Program and Project Level
  • Planning and Resource Management (financial, personnel and material resources)
  • Requirements and Client Expectation Management
  • Project Tracking and Stakeholder Reporting
  • Development, Testing, QA and Configuration Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Post Implementation Reviews


For any project undertaken to deliver improvements and/or a solution, there is a fine balance between success and failure. With success being greatly dependent on the planning and managerial abilities of the managers steering the project resources.
The saying “To not plan, is to plan for failure” is an important reason to plan for a successful outcome.

Analysis Training and Mentoring Skills

Learn and empower others to add improvements and become self-sufficient in adding value to the organization.


  • One-to-one or team-based training of the analysis tools and techniques
  • Requirements capturing and functional modeling (using the UML2 and BPMN standards)
  • Rapid and Agile Application Development techniques (prototyping and extreme Programming)
  • Business and Functional Requirements management and specification techniques
  • QA, infrastructure and release management considerations


Analysis tools and techniques help save time and money by not spending effort on ‘trial and error’ endeavors to problem definition and solution development. Learning to use the analysis tools and techniques empowers an organization to stipulate its requirements in the most efficient and effective manner and reducing the risk of developing the wrong solution. Mentoring others widens the circle of knowledge.