The aim of the project must be clearly defined. What does the software have to do, and in what environment will it be used?
Managers, programmers and users will, of course, all give different answers to these questions. We use these different perspectives to form a standardised picture in order to achieve consistency.
We use a software requirements specification (or requirements analysis) to prevent misunderstandings and to specify the aim of the software in the very early stages of the project. Having a clearly defined goal ensures that the development process runs smoothly. Once all parties have specified their requirements, this often leads to the redevelopment or modification of software, and can even cause changes in the organisation or work processes.
We help you to create the software requirements specification in such a way as to ensure that the software is developed efficiently, seamlessly and on-time.
› Efficiently define what the software is
› Faster, smoother transition from business to technology
› Help the client define effective requirements