The DifferenceBusiness analysis is a general term that can be applied to any analysis and development of business structures, processes and metrics. In many cases, business analysis is performed within the context of a project.The term business architecture suggests an ongoing function that documents business structures and manages processes such as strategy development and capability management. The theoretical scope of business architecture is extremely broad. In practice, a business architecture team may be focused on a few ongoing initiatives such as a dashboard of business capabilities by product or standardizing the process of developing business strategies across business units.
|Business Analysis vs Business Architecture|
Analysis and design of business structures, capabilities, processes, practices and measurements.
An ongoing program of business analysis that manages processes relevant to the structure of a business such as capability management.