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technical know-how and feasibility of the solutions. In conclusion, any organization that aims to achieve a competitive edge in the ever- changing global market should embrace a business analyst approach. Business analysts can work
BUSINESS ANALYTICS BARRIERS AND CONSTRAINTS 5 in every department in an organization, and there are at the heart of organizations achievements. To drive projects, to manage change and to implement choice strategies requires an analyst in this technological era. However, an organization must also be ready to solve the barriers, challenges, and constraints that prevent the analysts from propelling the business agenda by providing all necessary technical support. Organization should also realize that the same data that is used to achieve positive goals can be used for negative purpose. Privacy and security of shareholders information should thus be carefully addressed.
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