Technical Business Analyst

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Currently Employed in Scotland

What is a Technical Business Analyst

Modernising businesses with the latest breakthroughs in technology, or use your creativity to find hidden opportunities to streamline essential business processes.

Top 3 job tasks:

  • Analysing business computer systems to find inefficiencies and technical issues.
  • Communicating potential system improvements to business management in reports and presentations.
  • Coding new software applications that allow businesses to run highly cost-effective operations.

Getting in and Qualifications


There are a number of possible pathways you can take to develop the necessary skills to become a Technical Business Analyst.

Useful subjects:

  • Economics
  • Business
  • Computer Science

A Foundation Apprenticeship in Software Development or Business Skills could help get you started with industry experience as well as a qualification.

Entry requirements for courses can change. Always contact the college, university or training provider to check exactly what you will need.


Technical Business Analysts are typically highly qualified, with a combination of engineering and business skills.

A Graduate Apprenticeship in IT: Software Development or Business Management enables you to achieve a degree level qualification while working.

HND's, degrees or postgraduate qualifications (at either master's or PhD level) in relevant subject areas often include:

  • Information Management Systems
  • Computer Science
  • Business Management
  • Software Development