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Table of Content # Topic of content Page No 1 Abstract 2 Introduction 3 Research approach & methodology 4 Detailed description of the significant trend Identified 5 Challenges 6 Opportunity 7 Considerations 8 Impact of the trend on business analysis Practice 9 Conclusion 10 Reference
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Abstract In current years, Industry 4.0 has been included as a traditional term to explain the trend towards digitization & industrialization of the production requirements. Notwithstanding its inherent advantage in times of development infertility & character, this idea has not received much recognition in the building industry. This city is built on the experience that the far-reaching connections of the increasingly digitized & automated production environment are still widely unexplored. Another side of this backdrop, the primary objective of this paper, is to examine state of the art as well as the state of practice of Industry 4.0 relating technologies in the building industry by pointing out the political, economic, social, technological, environmental & legal associations of its adoption. In this connection, we present the results of the impact of the growing trends on the market & how stakeholders affect these trends. The industry faces many challenges in these trends. Introduction A Business Systems Analyst plays a role in the selection of a technology solution to address the business need, whereas “pure” Business Analysts ideally remain technology-neutral. A Business Systems Analyst should know enough to provide technical requirements & market trends for both functional & non-functional. It should be able to identify the best source of data, the best application or system, the best deployment model. It should understand the enterprise architecture & ensure its needs are captured in requirements. It may also be able to create a high level of software design or solution architecture. Individuals in the Business Systems Analyst role are accountable for working as links between the business trends of the Institute & the IS&T organization. They collect, analyze, develop, document, communicate business conditions, &
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further user testing to accomplish business goals. Business Systems Analysts always explore possibilities to increase customer pleasure, deepen relationships, & effectively manage client expectations. Based on the magnitude & gravity of perception of business needs & processes, they cooperate with IT professionals to decide if suitable internal or external solutions currently exist, or whether new solutions are needed & available. Business Systems Analysts are accountable for proactively recognizing technology possibilities that promote Institute policies & production of the market trends. They also encourage innovation in knowing, proposing, & overseeing the performance of business solutions. Through varied communication skills & the
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