Demystifying Business Use Cases

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“Business use cases are developed during the business modeling or requirements gathering phase of project life cycles. We know the phrase use case from the object oriented/UML (Unified Modeling Language) development approaches where use cases are goals of the software. So by putting the word “business” in front of them it sounds like we are talking about goals of the business. What a great concept – using a well established technique for a new type of work. But really understanding and creating these business use cases can be harder than it looks.”

Read more for a short history of use cases and how to “de-mystify” them for business analysts.

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