Business Analysis Tool

Optimize Business Processes

Understand business requirements and areas of improvement to enhance the productivity of workflows and streamline business operations.

  • Multiple frameworks to identify business threats and opportunities
  • Real-time collaboration to work with stakeholders on strategy development
  • Easy-to-use visual canvas to arrange research data for better analysis and comprehension
Business Analysis Tool
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Visualize the ‘Big Picture’ of Business

Visualize the ‘Big Picture’ of Business

Visualize the ‘Big Picture’ of Business

Multiple pre-made templates for in-depth strategic analysis such as STEEPLE analysis, SWOT, SOAR analysis, business model canvas, Ansoff matrix and more.

Professional diagramming and visual tools for environmental scanning, situational analysis, strategic planning and change management.

Online whiteboard with built-in collaborative brainstorming tools to capture and organize input from stakeholders.

Configurable color themes for visual voting or color coding factors that are temporary, long-term or should be monitored over time.


Make Informed Decisions

Make Informed Decisions

Simple drag and drop tools to easily group brainstormed ideas and prioritization grids to visually rank them on the canvas.

Infinite canvas that scales upto 1000 items in a single view to create a central repository for strategic planning.

Migrate research data on external factors affecting your organization from external sources to visualize on the canvas as meaningful shapes for easier analysis.

Import reports, screenshots and images and attach key documents with in-app previews to create data-rich business plans.

Built-in tools to create dynamic and interactive presentations, reports, dashboards to onboard stakeholders with organizational strategies.

Make Informed Decisions
Plan and Execute Strategies Together

Plan and Execute Strategies Together

Plan and Execute Strategies Together

Multi-user collaboration with asynchronous editing and automatic conflict resolution to connect remote teams together.

Freehand drawing and note taking to easily share ideas and feedback during meetings or collaborative brainstorming sessions.

Comment with context, have discussions and follow-ups on the same canvas. Async!

Video conference from the platform itself; feel like you are in the same room.

Multiple access levels and roles to streamline managing, sharing, editing, and reviewing your ideas, plans, and strategies.

What Is Business Analysis?

Business analysis is a process where business analysts conduct research to identify business needs, gather business requirements, and find solutions to business problems.

How To Conduct Business Analysis?

  • Gather background information on the project and identify various circumstances that could affect the business strategy for the project.
  • Use a PESTLE analysis to examine the impact of external environmental forces and Porter’s five forces analysis to examine the current market status.
  • Identify the stakeholders of your project. You can use a stakeholder map to quickly identify important stakeholders with your team.
  • Determine the business strategy and objectives. Use an Ansoff matrix to understand the strategic options available and SWOT analysis to identify internal strengths and weaknesses.
  • Evaluate the options available to achieve business objectives. Brainstorm the various options using a mind map and share it with stakeholders for feedback.
  • Gather your team and define the scope of the project and create a scope definition document.
  • With the help of the project manager and a Gantt chart, outline the timeline and set dates for the delivery of requirements for the development team.
  • Identify and clarify the requirements to the business owner and get his approval to deliver them to the development team before technically implementing them.
  • Download your diagrams as SVGs or in print-ready formats or share them with others so they can quickly access and edit them.