In the Chaos Report, the Standish Group on a regular basis publishes the main reasons for successful projects. In addition to management support and involvement of users, clear requirements are usually high up on the list. So how do requirements have to be described to be clear and therefore successfully implemented by a software development team?

Important aspects for good requirements are

  • Are language and formulations clear?

  • Where does the requirement come from, why is it important?

  • Do requirements contradict each other?

  • Is it possible to test the requirement?

  • Are there other framework conditions to be considered in addition to the functional requirement, like quality requirements?

These are exactly the aspects that our IREB-certified requirements engineers will check when they determine, structure and write down requirements. This ensures a solid base and an efficient implementation of the project. Do you need support in writing down your requirements or do you want a quality check for your collected requirements? We are ready to advise you.


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