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To deliver great products and services, you need a great team. Typically, a product development team includes members from multiple teams in the following roles:

Project manager: Plans and manages the project to ensure that milestones and tasks are kept on track and delivered on time.
Product manager: Develops the strategy, roadmap, and features of a product or product line, leading the team from the product's conception to its eventual launch.
Business analyst: Performs data analysis, identifies business needs, defines requirements, documents processes and procedures, and advises on ways to be more efficient.
Team leader: Manages the developers and is a liaison between developers, the project manager, and other stakeholders.
Quality assurance manager: Creates testing plans and scripts to ensure that product requirements are met.
Test engineer: Writes and runs test scripts to find and report bugs and to ensure that the product works as expected.
Developers: The members of the team who are responsible for building the product and meeting deadlines.
In addition, product development teams may include representation from sales, marketing, HR, and operations.

What does a business analyst do to support product development roles?
Product development team size usually varies, especially in companies where multiple roles are filled by the same person. For example, some companies might expect a product manager to be a project manager and business analyst as well.

Having employees take on multiple roles may work in smaller companies, but having business analysis function as its own entity adds value to companies of any size.

A business analyst can support other product development roles in the following ways:
1. Communication
2. Gather information and act as intermediary
3. Define goals and objectives
4. Identify options
5. Define the project scope and timeline
6. Define the project requirements and specifications
7. Support implementation

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