$1 trillion problem

Understand true requirements

Poor business analysis results in dev teams building the wrong thing. Which leads to lackluster adoption, expensive rework, and poor ROI. EWffoet spent bottoming out the requirements reduces the cost of rework by 100x. The most effective approach is capturing requirements visually – as process maps using the UPN format (the Salesforce standard)

Build the right thing

Streamline business analysis

Accelerate and increase the quality of business analysis. Engage the business users and collaborate to develop unambiguous requirements that result in complete user stories. Then your teams can build the right thing and rework is reduced and adoption soars.

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Business and IT alignment

The handover from the business to It is critical. Any ambiguity leads to Rework and a lack of trust.

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Incomplete business analysis

Rushing to the build phase is a false economy. Effort in analysis and planning saves 100x or 1000x In downstream development

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Incoherent user stories

The critical handover document is the user story. Incomplete, inaccurate or incosistent user stories spel disaster.

Everyone on the same page

Lack of business and IT alignment

The power of the Salesforce platform is the ability to respond to the business’s needs so they can remain competitive. It cannot afford to be out of step with the business needs, around the implementation lifecycle. Continuous and rapid innovation is possible with tightly integrated and collaborative teams.

Elements.cloud’s Change Intelligence Platform can make that a reality, no matter the size, scale, or complexity of the implementation

Only half the story

Incomplete business analysis

The rush to start building costs more time and money in the long run. But GPT can help shortcut many business analysis activities – both saving time but also increasing accuracy; auto-generation of UPN process maps from a transcript, writing user stories from process steps, and recommending new ir existing metadata changes.

Elements.cloud supports all business analysis activities and content. And it is the bridge to the development teams so nothing gets dropped.

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Incoherent user stories

This is the critical handover document. It is more than a simple “As a…. I want to … So that I can..” statement. Ambiguity, assumptions, and anomalies lead to rework. A complete user story provides a clear picture of the work to be done, but also information to prioritize, schedule and resource the work based on complexity and risk.

The business users develop user stories in Elements and connect supporting information. It is then sync’d with ticketing apps like Jira or Salesforec DevOps Center, but all the analysis documentation is available as context.