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Requirements Consulting

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Intertech’s software development professionals guide you to create a world-class requirements including help:

  • Share strategies for requirements in maintenance projects, outsourced development, and early adopter projects
  • Establish product vision and project scope
  • Understand, document, and validate user requirements
  • Reduce risk through prototyping
  • Implement tools and processes for requirements management
  • Define strategies and procedures for risk management
  • Identify the core risks and mitigation strategies including insufficient user involvement, creeping requirements, ambiguous requirements, minimal specifications, and inaccurate planning
  • Share and set targets for excellent requirements    
  • Define best practices for requirements engineering including requirements elicitation, analysis, specification, validation, and management
  • Coach and improve the skills of analysts on the team
  • Define vision thru business requirements including addressing conflicting business requirements, use cases, and business context
  • Identify the major voices of the customer including choosing a product champion, defining their expectations, and knowing the traps to avoid in choosing a product champion
  • Implement use cases including usage scenarios, identifying/documenting use cases, and tips/tricks/traps related to use cases
  • Correctly define the specification including labeling requirements and dealing with incomplete requirements
  • Share software requirements templates that includes description, system features, external interface requirements, nonfunctional requirements, and data dictionaries
  • Outline models and define standards for what model works best:  use cases, data flows, entity-relationship (ER), state-transition, dialog map, class diagrams, and decision tables and trees
  • Create targets for quality and performance
  • Share field proven best practices for prototyping including horizontal prototypes, vertical prototypes, throwaway prototypes, and evolutionary prototypes
  • Share best practices for requirements prioritization including models based on value, cost, and risk
  • Outline plans for requirements validation including testing requirements for completeness and defining acceptance criteria
  • Understand and use requirements management principles and practices including creating the baseline, implementing version control, and measuring requirements management effort
  • Share field tested best practices for change control including defining a change control policy, implementing change control tools, and measuring/monitoring change activity
  • Create systems to improve the requirements process including accessing current practices, pilot new processes, and result evaluation

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