See people and opportunities clearly using ArcGIS Business Analyst. Tools for site selection and market planning Analyze marketplaces to see where to expand or reduce. Workflows improve territory plans Balance your network to help each location and territory business analyst succeed. Step 1 Identify areas for analysis based on circumstances critical to your industry—from site selection for real estate to shelter locations for emergency response.
Step 2 Analyze the areas using Esri Demographics alongside your own data. Interpret the results in a spatial context, run market analysis, and generate beautiful maps. Step 3 Present your findings with custom reports, stunning infographics, and map-based stories that showcase your analysis. Location-based analysis with ArcGIS ensures reliable growth. A vibrant entertainment company uses ArcGIS to drive business results. Small-format hospitals deliver healthcare to underserved populations. Demographic, lifestyle, and spending data drive marketplace strategy.
City planning in 3D makes for better business development. Available wherever you need it, on any device, anywhere, anytime. Business Analyst can be implemented into your current workflow as a web browser SaaS solution or as part of your on-premises ArcGIS ecosystem. Jump to navigation Jump to search Not to be confused with Business analytics. Business analysis is a research discipline of identifying business needs and determining solutions to business problems. Business analysts do not work solely on developing software systems. Those who attempt to do so run the risk of developing an incomplete solution.
Although there are different role definitions, depending upon the organization, there does seem to be an area of common ground where most business analysts work. To investigate business systems, taking a holistic view of the situation. This may include examining elements of the organisation structures and staff development issues as well as current processes and IT systems. To evaluate actions to improve the operation of a business system. Again, this may require an examination of organisational structure and staff development needs, to ensure that they are in line with any proposed process redesign and IT system development.