Business Analysis

We aim to bridge the gap between IT and your business, identifying and defining business needs and ensuring that technology solutions align with business objectives

What Are
Our Roles?

Business Analyst

Analyses the current business processes, identifies the gaps, defines project requirements

Data Business Analyst

Analyses data, interprets trends or patterns, assists in making effective decisions

Product Owner

Manages the backlog, ensures any product increment delivers value to the business

How Can Business Analysis Help Drive Your Project?

Godel experts in Business Analysis add huge value to the project.

Their cross-functional responsibilities:

Shaping Product Vision

Identifying current issues, gaps, analysing causes, risks, defining the scope of change

Shaping Product Backlog

Requirements preparation and estimation, tasks prioritisation according to the roadmap

Supporting the Team while Development

Change request management, support and communication with the team and the Client

Assessing Product Goals

Business case testing, gathering feedback from the end-users

Ensuring Smooth Knowledge Transfer

Preparation of demonstaration and handover to stakeholders, transfering knowledge

Est. 2008

The Division was founded


Business Analysts in the Division


Locations where our specialists work from


Projects with Business Analysts


Delivering Capabilities

Business Analytics is the tool your company needs to make accurate decisions. These decisions are likely to impact your entire organisation as they help you to improve profitability, increase market share, and provide a greater return to potential shareholders.


Godel has vast experience in facilitating, logging, managing, and detailing the requirements in Agile set ups, where the business analysis process, roles and responsibilities of all parties, and communication channels / events are defined and continually improved to ensure maximum productivity of the Agile team.

Product Owner Activities

Helping to define and prioritise features and requirements of a product for successful delivery.

Product Owner Activities

The Product Owner is responsible for the backlog and prioritisation of requirements, and defining the scope of MLP, MMP, phases, etc. Low-level acceptance criteria for user stories are either created by the PO themselves, or by appointed Business Analyst(s), usually from the Godel side.


At Godel, we have defined 6 activities that ensure product ownership is defined and delivered for your project.


Strategy: Defining the product strategy and setting goals.


Tactics: Own Product design to create and maintain Product roadmap.


User Experience: Gain a deeper understanding of customer/user goals, habits, usage and needs and ensure the roadmap, backlog and release plan are customer centric.


Development: Set up and monitor Product metrics / KPIs, using data to form and validate product hypothesis and make informed decisions. Product owner will also provide input to the sprint with alignment direction towards outcome metrics, whilst supporting the team.


Change management: Communicate product changes and customer behaviours impacted by Product and update the roadmap and prune the backlog.


Stakeholders: Own and drive stakeholder relationships. Meet with stakeholders to discuss and share Product roadmap, release plan and internal / external conditions.

Data Business Analysis

How do Data Business Analysts incorporate Business Analysis and Data Analysis skills?

Data Business Analysis

In today’s changing environment where data is being rapidly generated, we understand that businesses are seeking ways to use this data to their advantage to improve operations and performance.


Our Data Business Analysts analyse and interpret data to support decision-making and strategic planning within an organisation and make recommendations based on analysed data.



Data Business Analysts play a key role in the following ways:


Helping your businesses make data-driven decisions, optimise and improve business operations and put proper data management and data governance in place.


Identify loopholes and mitigate risks through historical data and clearly understand business processes behind the database makes sure the database can be well understood by the business.


Communicates clearly with business stakeholders, data analysts and data scientists and fosters data literacy that influences decision-makers and drives action.

Dmitri Maklakov

Head of Business Analysis Division

"We do business analysis, product ownership and data analysis to build quality products that help our partners in reaching their business goals and objectives. People say we're a very soulful division."

Long-term partnerships, built on trust

We partner with some of the UK’s leading household names to extend their development capacity