Role: Business Process Analyst
The role of the Business Process Analyst is to build consensus among the different stakeholders on the as-is and to-be process models, and to look for opportunities to improve the current business process.
Role Sets: Business Rules Development
Main Description
Business process analyst leads process improvement efforts, from the process discovery, to simulation, monitoring and enhancement. He is an expert in process decomposition, process/data analysis, scoping, optimization. He can identifies new business case and key opportunities within the enterprise, and enforce the delivery of KPIs, SLAs, and scoreboards.

As a base a BPA is an analyst. He needs:

Experience with process design, requirements gathering.
Process decomposition and facilitation skills.
Critical analysis and reporting skills.
Exposure to Six Sigma/Lean methods, Financial Analysis tools and Change Management.
Experience with software development on commercial or enterprise projects.
JavaScript, basic SQL, workflow patterns and basic logic flows, user interface development, HTML.