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Thursday, November 29, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
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Do your co-workers from other departments seem alien to you? You're not alone. Every day, meetings are held by project managers who assemble IT and marketing together in a clash of two worlds. It usually results in a tense, if not awkwardly quiet, meeting of two groups who don't know what each other does, aren't aligned on the same goals, and often don't even speak the same language.

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Join IIBA Co-President, Mandy Eyrich, in an interactive LIVE Facebook discussion with Alex Abell, Sr. business intelligence analyst at Ashley Furniture & Founder of Fermidox Digital Marketing Social Club as they explore the best ways to bridge the divide and form a "planetary alliance"
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Join our Facebook group today, for access to this upcoming LIVE e-Lunch & Learn and more! Go to our MEETUP page by visiting the link below to RSVP! https://www.meetup.com/tampa-bay-IIBA/events/256426680/?isFirstPublish=true
Speaker: 
Alex Abell, Sr. business intelligence analyst at Ashley Furniture & Founder of Fermidox Digital Marketing Social Club
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Tuesday, October 30, 2018 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
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Requirements Validation: A Business Analyst's Perspective

The extent to which an organization manages the Requirements Validation process can impact software quality and customer/stakeholder satisfaction.

This presentation of Requirements Validation will provide an opportunity for thought and open discussion on these and other questions:

-What's the difference between Requirements Verification and Requirements Validation?
-What is the perspective of business analysts and how does their perspective compare with Software Quality Assurance and Control professionals?
-What are the signs and symptoms of an organization and/or team that has issues with Requirements Verification or Validation?
-What is Requirements Traceability and why is it important?

This session is presented by Jim Intriglia, Sr. Business Systems Analyst/Consultant, a 30-year veteran of the information systems and technology industry.

He is presently engaged at the Veterans Administration as a Sr. Business Systems Analyst for Checkpoint Technologies. Jim is serving as a Sr. Business Systems Analyst on a test engineering team supporting the $10B VA Electronic Health Record Modernization project.

Register HERE or on our MEETUP page! https://www.meetup.com/tampa-bay-IIBA/events/254992348/
 

Event Details: 
Tuesday 10/30/18 6pm - 8pm
Event Location: 
1001 East Palm Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33602
Speaker: 
Jim Intriglia
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KForce Tampa in Ybor
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Face-to-face Speaker
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