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Business Requirement Analysis And Definition
Well-documented requirements are critical to the success of technology projects. What do the new products or services need to do? What performance or security qualities must they have? devObject can help you to clearly and completely document the requirements for your next project. Alternatively, we can independently assess and validate existing requirements.

The Business Analyst is responsible for working closely with the business and technology to translate business requirements into technical design and program specifications. The scope ranges from minor enhancements to major projects; platforms include web, mobile, and voice. Requirements may be specific to products, or related claims, sales and service processes; all in support of product releases. This person works closely with the business analyst to understand the requirements; and uses the BRD to work with designers and developers to assess and create technical solutions and detailed requirements.

At devObject we fully recognize that business analysis and requirements development formulate the foundation of your automation needs. Our Business Analysis and requirements development services are geared to guide our clients through a structured approach and methodology to determine and document your mandatory and desired solution requirements.

Through structured interviews and focus groups comprised by the business side of your organization, we start with gaining a general understanding of your overall goals and objectives. From there, we utilize work breakdown structure techniques to categorize and segregate your business needs and drivers.

Since software requirements and their management create the basis of your automation needs, requirements need to be very specific and to the point. Effective requirements are not verbose, are not compounded, and are not duplicative. They represent the needs of your business and its associated processes, coupled with your technical, and supportability needs.

Our categorized requirements are organized in a manner that supports your business processes. Depending on the specific needs of your project, these processes may be depicted in swim lanes, process flow diagrams, data flow diagrams, and use case models.

The process for requirements analysis and definition typically includes the following:
  • Conducting interviews with major stakeholders in order to determine and understand audience, scope, overall software goals, and major business problems to be solved.

  • Understanding audience, scope, and overall software goals.

  • Understanding major business problems to be solved.

  • Identifying business use cases.

  • Identifying all actors and roles that will to interact with the solution.

  • Identifying non-actor inputs and outputs.

  • Assessing customer expectations.

  • Creating a requirements document requirements traceability matrix, suitable for software development use and RFPs.