CDA002357 - functional analyst / application architect
Digipolis | Published June 17, 2014 - Deadline July 1, 2014
A functional analyst and application architect for applications for the business unit living together in the city of Antwerp, the functional analyst application architect acts as facilitator between the business analyst and client on the one hand, and the private developers and / or ICT contractors on the other. He / she reaches founded application concepts and proposals for technically feasible application designs within existing projects or new projects and assesses them in consultation with business analysts and end users. This should be done within the architectural constraints of the City and with a special eye for user applications that best support the operation procedures of the users. He gives concrete application designs in the form of user stories with detailed description of the acceptance criteria and scenarios (System Description), UI prototyping, interface descriptions (WSDL, REST, XML schemas, JASON) ... so that developers inside without can work for functionalities development. The functional analyst / Application Architect is adept in the role of product owner in agile environments, but does not serve as a scrum master. He also supports the business analysts and process analysts with technical advice on building an application. He is the project leader in the outlining implementation plans and trying to monitor. While the alignment with other applications, the business architecture and technical architecture The delivered solution proposals are tailored to the customer and cater to his needs. Moreover, these solutions are cost-effective and achievable within the available resources, which always searching for added value and synergy in the use of these resources.