Requirements management is the analysis and translation of Business Requirements to Software Requirement Specifications (SRS). For organizations, this means taking into consideration the following aspects to ensure the requirement gathering is as complete as possible:

  • Requirements are correctly specified in consultation with users of the software
  • Progress and requirements changes are monitored
  • Users are involved in testing and developing user interfaces
  • Checking the delivered system meets business need

To ensure that we fully support our clients and deliver against business objectives, Sysvine provides requirements management services that would dramatically improve the quality of the requirements captured for complex software applications, and will decrease the risks associated with client projects.

For organizations initiating projects that will deliver into integrated environments, Sysvine’s proven model-based method and experienced practitioners can effectively elicit requirements and aid deep understanding of the project delivery space. The knowledge gained in this process allows easy identification of risks and benefits.

We work in partnership with our clients to ensure that the requirements capture is focused on maximising the realisation of end benefits for the business users.

Many projects are now expected to deliver into heterogeneous technologies and have interaction with multiple legacy systems. Failure to completely capture this complexity will result in a sub-optimal or unworkable solution. Our approach to requirements capture and management allows the complexity of the overall system to be retained, while allowing it to be considered in manageable components.

Our System Analysts actively work in partnership with client teams. They appreciate an organization’s culture and operating methods, understand the critical issues, and ensure there is an agreed approach with clear goals and performance objectives.

We have demonstrable skills in requirements capture and management across the capability management area, with the benefits of model-based requirements management including:

  • Faster delivery of requirements – typically 30% time reduction
  • Shared and richer understanding of the delivery space
  • Improved stakeholder buy-in
  • More comprehensive coverage of requirements – 25% more coverage
  • Improved coherency across project activities
  • Simplified validation of requirements
  • Improved traceability of requirements
  • Easy identification of risks
  • Improved impact analysis of requirements and design decisions
  • Reduced errors and ambiguity
  • Use case diagrams
  • Wireframing
  • Improved verification and validation
  • Traceability of acceptance criteria through the engineering lifecycle
  • Easy identification of benefits