Business Analysts Training

Become the BEST Business Analyst

Standards and Certification

IBAC (International Business Analyst Consortium) Certification

IBAC is the International Standard for Functional Business Analysts. The IBAC standard represents the demands within the industry for Functional Business Analysis.

FBAR (Functional Business Analysis Repository)

FBAR is a repository hosted on the product WESTER that contains MVP's (Minimum Viable Product) for any industry, with Capabilities and Functions that can be deployed on a MVP. All the training courses create a MVP, while Product Courses create Capabilities with Functions that can be deployed on the MVP framework.
Companies can use WESTER to reverse engineer an existing application (AS-IS) and create a repository of Capabilities with Functions. Functions have Use Cases (Pre, Basic, Sub, Alternate, Exception and Post Flows) for every function/customer journey. Use Cases have Wireframes with tagged fields and specifications which are stored in a dictionary. Use Cases have Test Cases and Test Scripts for each function.
Companies can then use the repository with the dictionary that was created during the AS-IS reverse engineering process to create a new TO-BE application within minutes. New Capabilities and Functions with all the Use Case, Wireframe, Test Case detail can be added to the AS-IS and TO-BE generated application in the repository.
This will reduce the five (5) year transformation plans to months and save millions.

WESTER the PRODUCT that automates the documentation
Watch the video and see how its done.

During 2012, BAvarsity and Vladimir Raskin, using the Russian team developed the WESTER product. The product automates everything that is taught in the courses, using the same formula, generating all the required USER STORIES for a DIGITAL FUNCTION type business proposition.

WESTER - The product that generates FUNCTIONAL requirements.

WESTER was developed with Vladimir Raskin and the Russian team during 2011 to automate the formula and generate FUNCTIONAL Requirements.