How to Write a Use Case

A use case is a powerful business analysis technique that analyzes the functional requirements for a software application and get everyone on the same page about what the software needs to do to meet the business needs.

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As a business user,  you’ll be able to write use cases even if you don’t understand or want to use the technical jargon. In fact, as you’ll learn in the video, they can help you ask smart questions about the tech even if you don’t really understand the tech and clearly communicate what you want the software system to do. This is what business analysts call the functional requirements.

And if you are more technically inclined, this technique helps you communicate with your business users about technology without using “tech speak” – i.e. getting to the “what” of the functional requirements and avoiding getting too detailed into the technical or system requirements.

Use cases are an incredibly powerful functional requirements analysis technique – and I hope you find this tutorial useful in applying use cases in your analytical work today.

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