eCommerce and the Business Analyst

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • ITT Technical Institute, 2473 Fortune Drive, Suite 180, Lexington, KY 40509


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The last 8 years have seen the technology industry change dramatically as consumers have taken over from the enterprise as the primary purchasers of technology. Much of this transition has overlapped with the rise of ecommerce as the primary way many consumers make purchases. Spend an hour discussing these changes and now they impact you as a business analyst. 

  •  On overview of the key concepts and terms for ecommerce
  •  Differences in the requirements life cycle
  •  Translating enterprise skills into the consumer market 


Learning points:


        ·          Identify styles of influence

        ·          Learn the most effective influence

        ·         Understand the role of mood


Target Audience:


       ·         Project Business Analysts

       ·         Enterprise Business Analysts

       ·         Business Systems Analysts

       ·         Requirements Engineers

       ·         Business and Solution Architects

       ·         Project Managers

       ·         Managers of Business Analysts

       ·         IT Managers

       ·        BACoE and PMO Directors



  •  Novice
  •  Intermediate
  •  Experienced
  •  Business Analyst Manager


Topic Area: eCommerce


Presented by: Ted Hardy, Director, Development & Digital for KFC US


Ted Hardy is Director, Development & Digital for Kentucky Fried Chicken US. Ted builds relationships with vendors to leverage their innovation strategies within his organization. He has been a Business Analyst or managed Business Analysts for over 14 years, serving in the food service, high tech and manufacturing segments. Ted believes in using systems in innovative ways to make people’s work and lives easier. He can be found online at, and




Based in Lexington, Kentucky and serving all interested Kentucky Business Analysts    

Mailing address:  Bluegrass IIBA Chapter | 1588 Leestown Road, Suite 130-111 | Lexington, KY  40511



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