Did you know flawed requirements trigger 70% of project failures? Furthermore, up to 50% of project rework is due to problems with requirements1.
It pays to spend time gathering project requirements properly.
Requirements gathering is an essential process that lets you determine a project’s needs, and is increasingly important for software development and architectural design.
As software systems become more complex and ambitious, and you’re expected to meet faster development cycles, secure the greatest chance of success when undertaking requirements gathering.
Our new e-guide offers best practice templates for completing requirements gathering for both software development and architecture design.
Access our complimentary requirements gathering e-guide and you’ll discover:
- Why it pays to set the standard from the very start of a project
- A best practice 5-step template for gathering requirements for software development
- A best practice 5-step template for gathering requirements for architecture design
- Potential platform constraints to consider
- Tips, techniques, examples and recommendations to ensure you’re getting the most throughout the requirements gathering process
Each stakeholder will have their own vision of the final product, seen from the perspective of their individual focus and needs. The requirements gathering process ensures everyone agrees to consistent and achievable project goals, and agrees about what the development encompasses, before the project begins.
Building attribute-based scenarios can help you understand which quality attributes take priority. For instance, does your product need to perform certain operations no matter the demands placed on it?
Lead Architect at Mobica
Building the future of software architecture, Krzysztof leads the way to success through a strategic approach and compliance with business and technical requirements. As a result, Krzysztof is well known for crafting architectural solutions that help companies meet their goals.
With nearly two decades of experience, he is leading The Mobica Architecture Guild initiative to provide unified and consolidated knowledge of software architecture. Krzysztof is passionate about developing innovative solutions to complex problems, with the aim of making an impact.
Technical Solution Architect for Connected Devices at Mobica
Lena is a seasoned Technical Solution Architect, with a keen focus on connected devices. During a career spanning almost two decades, Lena has established herself as a driving force in the design of innovative and pragmatic solutions within the technology industry.
Lena has an unwavering passion for new technologies, an acute awareness of the evolving technical landscape, and always considers the bigger picture when it comes to customer requirements. This enables her to craft solutions that both align with cutting-edge trends and provide practical, sustainable answers to complex problems.
“With only 30% of digital transformation projects succeeding2, undertaking requirements gathering at the start of a project means you can uncover the answers to essential questions, and improve the success rate of your new product.”
- Krzysztof Knapik
“Depending on the industry you’re operating in, there will be specific compliance standards you need to follow. From interoperability and compatibility, to health and safety, it’s important to understand these requirements.”
- Lena Rodziewicz
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1 Info-Tech Research Group, ‘Flawed Requirements Trigger 70% of Project Failures’, https://www.infotech.com/research/flawed-requirements-trigger-70-of-project-failures
2 Boston Consulting Group, ‘Flipping the Odds of Digital Transformation Success’, https://www.bcg.com/publications/2020/increasing-odds-of-success-in-digital-transformation