What is a Requirement Analysis?
Requirements analysis is an assessment of the business, users and technical requirements of the project. The analysis help to define what needs to be plan and why.
Why do we run a Requirement Analysis?
We run Requirements Analysis to help to generate, create and start defining:
- Users requirements
- Business requirements
- Technical requirements
- Other requirements
Requirements Analysis are designed to help the business to have a clear vision of high-level project requirements. We use this method to extract important and valuable information to help to support the requirement gathering.
Who will be supporting the Requirement Analysis?
Different team members will be supporting the requirements analysis providing information, requirements and metrics. To be able to execute it, team members will have to collaborate, including:
- Architects and management
- Customer service
- Administration and accounts
- Business analyst and product owners
- Employees and users
Only the expert will be preparing the type of requirements analysis to be planned.
What are the benefits of creating a Requirement Analysis?
The benefits of creating a requirements analysis are to have a clear vision of the requirements to be able to:
- Clear statement of requirements
- Estimate effort
- Prepare resources
- Brief the manager to plan
- Know before hand about technical constraints
- Gathering insight of business needs
- Opportunities for new requirements
Requirements analysis are well planned, prepared and executed.
What deliverables will Requirement Analysis produce?
As a result of a requirements analysis we will produce the following deliverables:
- Comprehensive Requirements Analysis Report