The IIBA Greater Boston Chapter was the first US chapter established in March 2005. We currently have approximately 250 members and are actively seeking to grow this number in 2009. Our chapter is one of a rapidly growing international base supported by the overall IIBA organization. The goal of the Greater Boston Chapter is to advance the mission and objectives of the IIBA at the local level and to raise the profile of the Business Analyst role by promoting best practices and standards among like-minded Business Analysis professionals. An integral component of our chapter is ongoing learning and knowledge sharing. This is accomplished through presentations, seminars, and activities hosted by the chapter. About the International Institute of Business Analysis
The IIBA is the independent non-profit professional association serving the growing field of Business Analysis. Whatever your role -- requirements management, systems analysis, business analysis, requirements analysis, project management, or consulting, if you are involved in analysis for systems, business or process improvement, IIBA can help you do your job better. The IIBA held its inaugural meeting in October 2003, in Toronto, Canada with 28 founding members from 21 different organizations representing over eight countries. On April 7, 2005, the IIBA held its second Annual General Meeting. The meeting was held in Toronto Canada and was attended by people from across the United States and Canada. The IIBA Constitution Amendments were voted on and accepted and the three Board of Directors were elected.