IndigoCube has signed on as a bronze sponsor of Business Analysis Summit 2016, presented by the International Institute of Business Analysis South Africa (IIBA-SA) chapter.
Based in Johannesburg, IndigoCube helps organisations improve the quality of their software, focusing on enhancing the agility, productivity and security of the application life cycle. Its specialist areas are agile transformation, business analysis and application security in partnership with some of the world’s leading vendors.
“IndigoCube has always been a supporter of the IIBA-SA and it is great to have them join us at the conference again this year” says Lucy Davies, Head of Operations for IIBA-SA. “IndigoCube is one of the oldest IIBA-endorsed education providers in South Africa and has supported the chapter in multiple ways from event sponsorship through to thought leadership.”
Ziaan Hattingh, CEO at IndigoCube had this to say: “Being part of international communities of practice and professional organisations is very important to us because it’s the best way of keeping up with leading-edge thinking—and of sharing knowledge and experience. We are delighted to be supporting the Business Analysis Summit as part of our ongoing commitment to the great work the IIBA-SA does.”
Robin Grace, a Principal at IndigoCube and one of the IIBA-SA’s first non-executive directors, will also present at the conference. Robin has been a stalwart of the Business Analysis community for many years, and is a regular contributor to the Modern Analyst and BAtimes websites. He was also part of the team selected by the IIBA and PMI to create a White Paper entitled “Partnering for Project Success: Project Manager and Business Analyst Collaboration”. He was also a contributor to Business Analysis for Dummies. He is a Certified Business Analysis Professional, BA-certified from B2T Training (USA) and an IIBA-endorsed Education Provider.
Drawing on more than 20 years’ experience, Robin’s presentation will cover his Process One-Pager methodology, which he credits for his success as a business analyst—in fact, it was included in Business Analysis for Dummies and some process analysis courses. Robin’s presentation will take place on 14th of September between 09h30 and 10h20.
this was first published by http://basummit.co.za/1450-2/