Accenture SW Business Analysis Specialist in Florham Park, New Jersey
Mortgage Cadence, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Accenture, has been partnering with mortgage lenders since 1999, offering the industry’s only true one-stop shop mortgage technology solutions designed for point-of-sale through post-closing. In a time when efficiency, speed and the customer experience are paramount to the success of lenders, Mortgage Cadence offers the most reliable software and dedicated people, supporting lenders every step of the way. Each of our products has revolutionized the mortgage lending process in some way, changing the way lenders lend and borrowers finance. As a software company, we think like a start-up, with every employee empowered and encouraged to be visionary. Teamwork and innovation define what we do as we take our customers into the future by providing the last lending solution they will ever need.
As a Software Business Analyst, you will act as a product Subject Matter Expert to answer questions from staff regarding current functionality, system inputs, process, and outputs for the Mortgage Cadence Platform product. You will be the liaison between the product owner and the Scrum team to define business requirements and collaborate in defining design options through a hybrid Agile methodology. You will work closely with Product Owners, Developers, Quality Assurance and Application Support teams to implement software requirements and communicate system enhancements. You will apply mortgage software industry knowledge to help continue process improvement and team communication.
Other responsibilities include:
Generate SQL queries and research databases to verify and troubleshoot issues
Manage deliverables for initiatives and adhere to Mortgage Cadence product development methodologies
Extract detailed system requirements from user story scenarios and high-level business requirements
Conduct research and analysis into the nature, effect, and results of system problems
Consult frequently with our internal customers to ensure a complete understanding of their needs and concerns
A minimum of 3 years of experience in a successful and professional business analysis role
A minimum of 1 year mortgage Loan Origination Systems experience
Well-developed oral, written and listening skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, and SharePoint
Proficient in Development Requirement Management Tools SQL, XML, TFS
Ability to document detailed functional requirements with an eye on usability and auditability
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills with a close attention to detail
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