Need Business Systems Analyst(USC GC Prefferd)..........Dallas/TX

Monday, January 26, 2015

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Job Title

Business Systems Analyst

Project Location

Dallas/TX

Duration

6+ months /Contract

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Statement of Work

Ideal Candidate will have

  • Knowledge of System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), including Waterfall and Agile methodologies.
  • Solid understanding in Relational Database SQL, Analyzing data using database tools, Object Oriented Programming Concepts.
  • Ability to work independently with limited direction and collaborate with extended teams.
  • Experience in doing process modelling, data mapping etc.
  • Ability to create Test Plans and support User Acceptance Testing.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Experience in Retail industry and/or working on ecommerce platform.
  • Experience in mentoring less experienced BAs.
  • Hands on experience with Business Rules Engine
  • Tools : MS suite, Visio, Clarity, enterprise tester or equivalent

Experience

Ø  Minimum 5 years of related experience.

Ø  Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ø  Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.

Ø  Traditional BSA skills, including ability to create Business Requirements, Functional Requirements, creation and execution of test plans and support UAT.

Ø  Ability to present and explain project specific information to diverse types of audiences.

Ø  Identifying process improvements and take lead on ongoing initiatives.

Job Responsibilities

Ø  Under general direction, formulates/defines project scope and objectives based on user needs and thorough understanding of business problems.

Ø  Devises or modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering existing system/application capacity and limitations, and form of desired results.

Ø  Analyze, develop and write business requirements, translate into functional design documents and participate in the technical design, test planning and user documentation processes for complex application systems.

Ø  Gather and analyze information / provide recommendations to address and resolve business issues for a specific business group.

Ø  Analyze and re-engineer business processes.

Ø  Identify and address cross-project dependencies and impacts.

Ø  Participate in software design, prototyping, construction and testing of new or enhanced applications.

Ø  Support in training users on new or enhanced applications.

Ø  Track problems and bugs; revise documentation of system revisions and modifications, as needed.

Ø  May require preparing requests for proposals, statement of work, presentations and reports for senior leadership.

Ø  May provide assistance to less experienced business and system analysts.

Deliverables

Ø  Traditional BSA artifacts, including Business Requirements Documents, Functional Requirements Documents, Test Plans and User Acceptance Testing documents etc.

Technical Skill Sets

Ø  Solid understanding in Relational Database SQL, Analyzing data using database tools, Object Oriented Programming Concepts

Requirements (non-technical skills)

Ø  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Ø  Ability to present and explain project specific information to diverse types of audiences.

 

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Sumit Gulati

IDC Technologies, Inc

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Digest for rec.sport.tennis@googlegroups.com - 25 updates in 1 topic

Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 07:37AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 5:11 AM, TT wrote:
> their level by concentrating.
 
> To my experience, fast players are NEVER mentally very strong. They want
> to get it over with quickly.
 
 
You can't generalize like this. It's like lumping Rafa into a baseliner
group & treating them the same, or Fed with Haas etc - similar but
worlds apart.
 
I see nothing wrong with Kyrgios' approach to the game. There is no 1
way to play. What matters is what works for that player. He doesn't
play quick due to lack of confidence, it's just the tempo he needs to
play his explosive style. I can see why Rafa is shitting himself. I'd
like to see a rematch in the semis between them, with Rafa taking his
time/pulling his pants, & Nick smacking winners left & right. Nice
contrast.
 
: )
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 07:38AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 5:18 AM, TT wrote:
 
> In other words, time rule is advanced by competitive mental midgets -
> they do not even understand how the rule takes away from the essence of
> the sport... mental toughness.
 
 
Rafa needing 30 seconds & Nick only 3 between points isn't the point.
What matters is what works for each guy. The better player on the day wins.
heyguys00@gmail.com: Jan 26 12:49PM -0800

On Monday, January 26, 2015 at 2:22:57 PM UTC-5, TT wrote:
 
> > As for Seles vs Hingis there is a seven year age difference between them so that is not a fair comparison. Seles in her prime would have blown Hingis away.
 
> They faced from 1996 to 2002, of course Seles was prime, she was beating
> other good players.
 
Seles probably has the greatest difference between peak and prime of any player. At peak (90-93) she had a winning record against Graf, at prime a losing one. The same would've been true for Hingis.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 07:50AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 5:31 AM, TT wrote:
>> Their hc slam h2h is even I believe, but I am too lazy to check.
 
> Rafa wins if he is able to do the usual magic trick and improve his
> level for the quarters/semis. That's what great champions do.
 
 
 
Rafa does what works for him. There is no doubt Kyrgios type game can
blast Rafa off the court no matter how long he's taking. You got a
small taste of that at Wimbledon. You're just not used to seeing that
much in this era.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 07:51AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 5:34 AM, TT wrote:
> no idea what I'm talking about. Most people are. Only few people are
> mentally strong and that is the case even at the very top level of
> sports. Those mentally strong people are called great champions.
 
 
I've been surprised to see how mentally fragile Rafa is on many occasions.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 07:53AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 5:39 AM, TT wrote:
 
> It's definitely a new angle, but I think it's also the truth. Tennis or
> sports was never supposed to have time rule. At least a limit that is so
> short that it takes away from pre point concentration.
 
Again not everyone plays like Rafa. Many simply don't need all that
time to prepare. Sampras/Kyrgios know exactly what they have to do.
What's to think about? That's for the grinders who have to play out a
40 stroke point in their minds every time.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 10:53PM +0200

26.1.2015, 22:51, Whisper kirjoitti:
>> mentally strong and that is the case even at the very top level of
>> sports. Those mentally strong people are called great champions.
 
> I've been surprised to see how mentally fragile Rafa is on many occasions.
 
Nobody is perfect. As Djoko once said, Rafa is beatable at RG since he's
only a human. Of course he was wrong.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 07:55AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 5:55 AM, Court_1 wrote:
 
>>> Are you saying Sampras, a fast player was mentally weak?
 
>> I guess Graf and Seles must have both been mentally weak too, always hustling over to play the next point. That's why they only have something like 30 slams between them.
 
> I know. I don't know where he comes up with this total crap. Sometimes I wonder if he is watching the same sport?
 
He just sees Rafa as the ultimate, & anything that deviates from that
must be lesser.
 
The best thing for TT would be to see Kyrgios hand out another slam
thrashing, playing quick & showing no respect to Rafa.
horsenipples2@gmail.com: Jan 26 12:57PM -0800

On Monday, January 26, 2015 at 3:38:48 PM UTC-5, Whisper wrote:
 
> Rafa needing 30 seconds & Nick only 3 between points isn't the point.
> What matters is what works for each guy.
 
Agreed. I'm not convinced that it's working that well for Nick. To me he looks like a guy who isn't thinking about his game at all. It helps when the other guy gets tight but it isn't particularly effective most of the time. There are times when you just have to grind out a point, when you have to raise your game a little.
 
I noticed this when he played Robredo at the USO. Robredo waited for his openings and cashed in when it mattered. Nick came out of the gate flying, looked like he was going to destroy Robredo. When the big points came, Kyrgios was just as loose as ever, not really pausing to give just a little more. He reminds me of Agassi when he was young....all flash, very entertaining, hitting low percentage shots and casually hitting great winners. I love to watch this guy play but I know he's going to have to change if he wants to win a major.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 10:58PM +0200

26.1.2015, 22:53, Whisper kirjoitti:
> Sampras/Kyrgios know exactly what they have to do.
 
There's no parallel whatsoever between Sampras & Kyrgios rhytm. K pretty
much rushes it, Sampras is deliberate.
 
That rhythm probably suits K best, or his mentality. At least he is VERY
fluid player, more so than Pete imo. But "fluid" and fast is not always
good, can lead to bad mistakes on important points.
 
I don't think it's a stretch to claim that K is mentally fucked up, one
way or another...
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:00AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 6:18 AM, TT wrote:
 
> Incorrect. They try to concentrate and that has all to do with mental
> strength. Do you think wham bam thank you mam each time is being
> mentally strong?
 
Rafa has no choice but to grind away. Yes that takes a lot of will
power, but it doesn't mean you're the better player. The better player
wins the match.
 
Does Rafa have the mental toughness to play quick? Of course not. He
simply can't play at that level.
 
The game is big enough to accommodate all styles - explosive types like
K, & also plodders who grind away endlessly from the baseline. The
better player wins. How you personally feel about it is of no consequence.
horsenipples2@gmail.com: Jan 26 01:02PM -0800

On Monday, January 26, 2015 at 3:52:51 PM UTC-5, Whisper wrote:
> time to prepare. Sampras/Kyrgios know exactly what they have to do.
> What's to think about? That's for the grinders who have to play out a
> 40 stroke point in their minds every time.
 
Big difference between playing at a good pace and being reckless. Nick isn't varying his game much between points. He isn't changing pace. He isn't giving his opponent anything to think about. That was never Sampras' style.
 
You see this with guys who play the points but not the match when they have essentially resigned themselves to fate.
 
He's young. He won't play like this when he's 25 even if he still plays fast. There's no strategy with Nick. It's just blast the fucking ball and hope for the best.
horsenipples2@gmail.com: Jan 26 01:04PM -0800

On Monday, January 26, 2015 at 3:55:17 PM UTC-5, Whisper wrote:
 
> The best thing for TT would be to see Kyrgios hand out another slam
> thrashing, playing quick & showing no respect to Rafa.
 
I don't know about TT, but if Kyrgios hands out another shitkicking to Rafa in this event, Rafa is going to go on hiatus until the clay season.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 11:06PM +0200

> To me he looks like a guy who isn't thinking about his game at all. It helps when the other guy gets tight but it isn't particularly effective most of the time. There are times when you just have to grind out a point, when you have to raise your game a little.
 
Exactly
 
> I noticed this when he played Robredo at the USO. Robredo waited for his openings and cashed in when it mattered. Nick came out of the gate flying, looked like he was going to destroy Robredo. When the big points came, Kyrgios was just as loose as ever, not really pausing to give just a little more. He reminds me of Agassi when he was young....all flash, very entertaining, hitting low percentage shots and casually hitting great winners. I love to watch this guy play but I know he's going to have to change if he wants to win a major.
 
I'm pretty sure that thinking isn't his forte...
 
That doesn't mean he can't win slams with his game, he has much talent
to compensate. And as you said above, his rhythm can actually play to
his hands since it most certainly psychs opponents.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 11:07PM +0200

26.1.2015, 22:55, Whisper kirjoitti:
> He just sees Rafa as the ultimate, & anything that deviates from that
> must be lesser.
 
Are you saying that K is mentally stronger than Rafa?
 
> The best thing for TT would be to see Kyrgios hand out another slam
> thrashing, playing quick & showing no respect to Rafa.
 
He might do it on super fast AO and Wimbledon. Maybe his style psychs Rafa.
Not a chance in hell at RG.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 11:09PM +0200

26.1.2015, 23:00, Whisper kirjoitti:
> Does Rafa have the mental toughness to play quick? Of course not. He
> simply can't play at that level.
 
lol
 
Dude, playing fast doesn't make one a better player.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 11:11PM +0200


>> The best thing for TT would be to see Kyrgios hand out another slam
>> thrashing, playing quick & showing no respect to Rafa.
 
> I don't know about TT, but if Kyrgios hands out another shitkicking to Rafa in this event, Rafa is going to go on hiatus until the clay season.
 
That won't be long then since SA clay season starts for Rafa straight
after AO...
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:20AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 7:53 AM, TT wrote:
>> occasions.
 
> Nobody is perfect. As Djoko once said, Rafa is beatable at RG since he's
> only a human. Of course he was wrong.
 
 
 
Well Djoker was right.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:27AM +1100


> Agreed. I'm not convinced that it's working that well for Nick. To me he looks like a guy who isn't thinking about his game at all. It helps when the other guy gets tight but it isn't particularly effective most of the time. There are times when you just have to grind out a point, when you have to raise your game a little.
 
> I noticed this when he played Robredo at the USO. Robredo waited for his openings and cashed in when it mattered. Nick came out of the gate flying, looked like he was going to destroy Robredo. When the big points came, Kyrgios was just as loose as ever, not really pausing to give just a little more. He reminds me of Agassi when he was young....all flash, very entertaining, hitting low percentage shots and casually hitting great winners. I love to watch this guy play but I know he's going to have to change if he wants to win a major.
 
I don't think he has to change his tempo much. Sure learn from your
losses & tweak here & there. Nick is obviously tennis smart, in that he
has an overall strategy preplanned so doesn't have to nut out each
point. Rafa is the opposite. He has to walk around, clear his head,
tug at his shorts etc. Obviously Nick type game attracts more fans for
several reasons - not wasting time, hitting great winners, demonstrative
personality etc - but there is room for Rafa types in the game too.
We've always had dour baseliners & there are fans who actually
enjoy/prefer watching this. TT is not the only one.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:29AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 7:58 AM, TT wrote:
> good, can lead to bad mistakes on important points.
 
> I don't think it's a stretch to claim that K is mentally fucked up, one
> way or another...
 
 
Most top talents are fucked up mentally. Look at Rafa as exhibit A -
that guy would keep a room full of psychologists busy for a year.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:31AM +1100


> Big difference between playing at a good pace and being reckless. Nick isn't varying his game much between points. He isn't changing pace. He isn't giving his opponent anything to think about. That was never Sampras' style.
 
> You see this with guys who play the points but not the match when they have essentially resigned themselves to fate.
 
> He's young. He won't play like this when he's 25 even if he still plays fast. There's no strategy with Nick. It's just blast the fucking ball and hope for the best.
 
That's a good thing - as long as it works. That's my point. The game
is crying out for variety/contrast. Hopefully Nick can take this new
style to the top.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 11:32PM +0200

26.1.2015, 23:27, Whisper kirjoitti:
> Nick is obviously tennis smart, in that he has an overall strategy
> preplanned so doesn't have to nut out each point.
 
He doesn't anything smart in him. He doesn't have a strategy either.
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Jan 26 11:33PM +0200

26.1.2015, 23:31, Whisper kirjoitti:
 
> That's a good thing - as long as it works. That's my point. The game
> is crying out for variety/contrast. Hopefully Nick can take this new
> style to the top.
 
Gave up on Tomic already?
 
Is your aim now to get everybody hating K too? It's working...
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:34AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 8:07 AM, TT wrote:
>> thrashing, playing quick & showing no respect to Rafa.
 
> He might do it on super fast AO and Wimbledon. Maybe his style psychs Rafa.
> Not a chance in hell at RG.
 
 
Soderling did it. It would be great for the game if K can beat Rafa
here again & they face off at FO too. Interesting to see how Rafa would
handle a young talented guy with no fear of him.
 
Rafa doesn't like big hitters who show him little respect. But it
doesn't really matter what Rafa or any player likes.
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jan 27 08:36AM +1100

On 27/01/2015 8:09 AM, TT wrote:
>> simply can't play at that level.
 
> lol
 
> Dude, playing fast doesn't make one a better player.
 
 
Correct. Slow plodders aren't necessarily better players either.
 
You can't lump Nick & Rafa with lesser players & generalize.
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