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Synergio's training courses are a big success. Participants report they are inspiring and very informative. Since 2006 we yearly train about 600 students. The average rating has been well over 8 (out of a total score of 10)!

Inspiring teachers, a pleasant setting and a limited group size contribute to a lot of interaction and plenty of opportunity to work on assignments. The training includes clear and practical "best practices" and specific techniques from our own experiences.

A training can be highly customized as well as on the basis of public enrollment. We also offer coaching on the job to support the immediate application of newly gained knowledge in your daily practice.

Cooperation with Softed

Synergio works closely together with Softed, experts in the development of software related training courses. With over 50 different titles in Business Analysis, Systeem Design, Programming, Software Testing, IT Management en Agile Development, Softed not only offers access to advanced content but also to a large network of international experts.

IIBA Endorsed Education Provider

Synergio is an officially acknowledged supplier of training courses by the  International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA). The Synergio courses are in line with the guidelines of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK Guide) and therefor stand for a high level of quality.

Students who participate in Synergio courses received so-called CDU's (Continuous Development Units) that contribute to receiving the Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA) and Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP).

“IIBA®, the IIBA® logo, BABOK® and Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® are registered trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis. CBAP® and CCBA® are registered certification marks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis. Certified Business Analysis Professional, Certification of Competency in Business Analysis, Endorsed Education Provider, EEP and the EEP logo are trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis.”


What is the desired end result? And even more important: do all stakeholders have a common view of this? Questions that often do not get answered or not even asked when writing project or change plans. 

How to best describe this end result? With requirements!

Working with requirements deals with describing the expected result crystal clear, choosing the best option of possible solutions and being able to accept the end result based on measurable criteria.


Use cases

Use Cases are a frequently used technique for designing the interaction between a user and a system. What is a good Use Case and what are useful guidelines to describe these? Can you determine whether the Use Case is a good implementation of the requirements? And just as important: can Use Cases help you to determine if your set of requirements is clear and complete?



Have you ever worked in a Scrum project? Then you know from your own experience that it is essential to have the entire Scrum team on teh same page with regards to the desired end result.

That is why each Scrum project needs a Product Vision that serves as a compass for the Scrum team. But how do you make a Product Vision and how to use this to describe a thorough Product Backlog and to steer on the added value in Sprint Reviews and Retrospectives? Requirements are the answer!