I originally looked at your question when you first posted it. I thought you had some good detail, but at the time my brain was slightly on overload after a long day. All of your content was squished together in one big paragraph. We're human beings, and sometimes the way something is written can have a huge impact on how the community interprets and responds to your question.
Below are some tools to put in your toolbox for writing great, attractive questions:
Since you have a lot of detail, you may want to consider editing your question body, using bullet points to highlight critical information. Breaking the details up into different paragraphs, instead of one long paragraph, is also helpful.
Write a Catchy Title
The title of your question can have a lot of impact on the amount of views you receive. For instance, consider the following two questions:
Notice how both questions, in one sentence, make it very clear what the problem is. They're catchy, interesting, and draw us in so that we click on the question to learn more about your specific problem.
When I look at your question title, it says "Business Requirements Analysis for Business Intelligence", which tells me nothing about the specific problem or challenge that you're facing. It's not very catchy. Consider rewriting your title so that it asks what you are looking for.
What is the best way to discover, prioritize, and iteratively deploy business intelligence solutions?
This is what you wrote as the first sentence in the question body. Why not use this as your post title? It has many of the qualities as in the two examples I posted.
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