EPAM Systems, Senior Business Analyst
March 2012 - Present, Zürich, Switzerland
On-site project participation as Business Analyst. Working on various areas of a multi-year multi-location project: creating technical product backlog, estimating program-level user stories, creating program roadmap. Responsible for multiple areas of the whole program, driving the analysis activites of different themes. Working as an onshore BA/advisor for multiple offshore Scrum teams. Creating common techniques, best practices, and standard processes across all teams of the project, mainly related to portfolio and backlog management.
EPAM Systems, Business Analyst
March 2010 - March 2012, Budapest, Hungary
I worked as a Technical Product Manager for two teams for 10 months, total team size was close to 30. Working with developers and testers, and also with the Product Owner and other stakeholders. Main tasks: creating user stories; answering questions, clarification on user stories; scheduling; communication between development and business, communication with 3rd party companies. The development was done according to the Scrum methodology.
I worked as a Functional Architect on a project for 9 months. Working with developers and testers, and also with another on-shore FA and other stakeholders. Main tasks: supporting the Hungarian Scrum teams during the sprints; participating in analysis, design, documentation, planning; 3rd party systems’ integration; accessibility analysis according to Section 508. The development was done according to the Scrum methodology.
I worked as a Product Owner and Business Analyst on a pilot project. I was responsible for creating all user stories as a BA, and also to play the role of the PO. I wrote the user stories using Gherkin language (BDD), and I supported the project by creating an almost fully functional wireframe and some creative designs as well. The development was done according to the Scrum methodology.
Shell, Business Analyst
June 2008 - March 2010, Budapest, Hungary
I worked as a BA on an international project. My responsibility was to handle each country’s individual project from the start through the requirement elicitation, development, testing until the deployment and the stabilization. Main tasks: introducing a global SAP solution to replace the country specific accounting systems; collecting and documenting the AS-IS and TO-BE scenarios for the business processes; inventing the TO-BE scenario for the IT process.
IBM, Process Analyst
August 2007 - April 2008, Vác, Hungary
I worked as a 2nd level support team member. I also had project work where my role was consultant.