• Why Business Analysis

    The organization and improvement of business processes is the focus of the business analyst. Business processes are constantly changing, and should offer a maximum contribution to achieving the objectives of your company. IT is often one of the main instruments for implementing business processes effectively and efficiently.
    Drastic changes within IT such as Outsourcing Right Shoring and the Service Oriented Enterprise currently lead to an increased focus on the business and its processes. Just as more attention to the question: how can an organization best deploy and control it’s IT.
    Click on Learing plan Business Analysis above for our full curriculum.

    Trends and all you want to know about Business Analysis

    Business Analyse is a large and complex area of expertise. Lots of developments are happening. Capgemini Academy and Exin have developed a whitepaper explaining the importance of this area of expertise and the current trends Also this whitepaper shows an overview and comparisson of teh different certifications. Download this whitepaper.

    Learn from our Business Analysis experience

    Capgemini has developed a powerful method for Business Analysis called Semba (Structured Expert Method for Business Analysis). Within this method all knowledge and experience of Capgemini Business Analists have been brought together. Internationally, we offer two courses in the open roster in Business Analysis.
    Business Process Management (BPM) is discipline which develops and grows very fast. Our view on BPM is that it is a management discipline aimed at desiging and governing Business Processes.  The primary goal of BPM is desiging, monitoring and continuoal improvement of the business processes. BPM supports the delivery of the organizational strategy by making the business processes transparant, flexible, efficient and effective. Meanwhile it it drives improvement. To do this, more and more, internationally acknowledged methods like Lean and Six Sigma are used.

    BCS & Business Analyse

    BCS stands for the British Computer Society. A non-profit organization in the United Kingdom. Their main purpose is to help the population become more 'IT-savy'. They do this by organizing events such as courses on how to use a mobile phone. Besides this, they also develop standards for the IT sector. The BCS Business Analysis track is one of these standards. But there are more tracks, like the ISTQB certification for testers.

    BCS has built a modular curriculum. Whereas iiBA or PMI require several hours of experience, the BCS does not. You have to finish one of the Foundation modules to progress on to a practicioner level. The schedule below shows the pre-requisites needed to obtain the ‘International Diploma in Business Analysis’.

    Core Modules Knowledge Based Specialisms Practitioner Specialisms
    Business Analysis practice Commercial Awareness Modelling Business Processes
    Requirements Engineering Foundation Certificate in Business Analysis Systems Modelling Techniques
      Foundation Certificate in Business Change Benefits Management & Business Acceptance
      Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management Systems Development Essentials
    2 of the above 1 of the above 1 of the above


    A complete overview of the BCS's Business Analysis offering. (courtesy of BCS)

    BCS Business Analysis Professional Certification Scheme

    Capgemini Academy offers all the above mentioned courses in an incompany format. 

    The following courses are available in our 'open schedule':


    Why Business Process Management

    Business Process Management (BPM is a rapidly developing discipline. We see BPM as a management discipline focused on the design and management of business processes. The goal of BPM is to design, monitor and continuously improve business processes. BPM helps achieve the goal of an organization by making the business processes transparent, flexible, efficient and effective and by continuously optimizing their quality. Internationally recognized methodologies such as Lean and Six Sigma are increasingly being used.