You see possibilities where non exist, just yet.
You will have the opportunity to coordinate and implement projects within the Aginco team, projects that will make many people's lives a lot easier. At Aginco we digitize processes with a major impact on society, such as our platforms for collective debt settlement (JustRestart) and the Registry for Solvency (RegSol), so you won't be starting from scratch. You are the essential link between business and IT: you translate the customer's needs into detailed functional analyses and practical user stories, so that the development team can get to work on them.
a day in the life
of a Functional Analyst
You start the day by testing the current release. You check whether your hard work of the previous months has been correctly translated into the platform and make notes on the developments that still require rework. You had some remarks on ongoing functional analyses, and take an hour to work out appropriate solutions for them so you can take them up with the customer later. From the Teams meeting with the client and Aginco's lead developer, you distill concrete tweaks. After lunch, you record the adjustments with the project manager so that he can obtain the necessary validations. Then you compare the development team's technical analysis with your original functional briefing and discuss it with the dev team lead.
the best of both worlds
This isn’t your first experience with IT. You already have experience in drawing up functional analyses for IT applications. You can fully empathize with the end user and think along with the customer. You speak "business" to the customer and "IT" to the developers. Above all, you are eager to sink your teeth into a new project, meet deadlines, collaborate with different stakeholders, and contribute to the future of many. You don't just think about the future but you also test whether the delivered software meets the requirements. You know the program as it is today, but also help test tomorrow's program.
French, Dutch, English
At Aginco we work in Dutch, but all your colleagues speak and understand English. If you understand us, we understand you. If you are fluent in French or German, we would love to have you on our team.
Most importantly, you need to be willing to communicate with our stakeholders in either French or Dutch, or you need to be willing to learn.
Don’t worry, we’ll help you along with one of our teachers.