Knowing exactly what features and functionalities a customer wants in a new app is quite challenging for a software development team. To avoid any misunderstandings, Soaflow business anaysts accompany you and your software development team in defining project requirements: both functional and non-functional requirements for the future application.
Well-defined functional and non-functional requirements help software developers to build the product that exactly corresponds to your companies needs.
Functional and non-functional requirements define the scope of work for a project. Your software developers need to keep up with this scope to develop an application within its timeframe and budget.
Our team of busines analysts have deep industry experience to precisely define your projects requirments and scope.
The functional requirements can be divided into three groups:
Non-functional requirements include:
The matrix enables you to analyze, create, and modify relationships between Requirements and other design elements. It is especially valuable that you can display relationships, perform gap and coverage analysis.