Swiss BA Award
IIBA Geneva is proud to present the Swiss BA Award
This distinction is awarded to a Swiss project that has demonstrated leadership in Business Analysis.
With this award the IIBA Geneva wants to recognize a particular contribution of Business Analysis in Switzerland.
The winning project will be rewarded at the Business Analysis Congress organized by IIBA Geneva.
The winner will be offered to publish an article in a professional journal as well as the opportunity to present his project at a workshop of IIBA Geneva.
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Swiss Touring Club wins 2018 Swiss BA Award
On March 22, 2018, at its Congress, IIBA Geneva presented this award to David Bardiau and Thomas Richeux, business analyst at the Touring Club Switzerland. Among all the applications received, this project appealed to the jury because not only did it fulfill a large number of judged criteria, but also it distinguished itself because the work of business analysis made it possible to make the project succeed where many had failed before. That is, the field of study of the BA has extended well beyond the implementation of an IT solution.
Indeed, the project consisted in a redefinition of the membership, which corresponds to the customer in other companies. To adapt to changing lifestyles, the CHT had decided to insure a family instead of a license plate number as before. If the concept seems simple a priori, it quickly becomes complex when we think about the different types of families and how a family evolves over time (marriage, children who later become adults, etc.). The use of good business analysis practices made it possible to overcome this puzzle, to define new processes and to deliver an IT solution that meets the needs of the various stakeholders.
Congratulations, Messrs Bardiau and Richeux!