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In application development, a requirement is a specific description of a capability – something to which the app must conform. For example, if an application needs to be able accept the input of a social security number, then that input functionality will be a requirement of the app. Big application development projects can easily have thousands of requirements, necessitating the use of Application Requirements Management Software. Requirements management software helps document, prioritize and analyze requirements. It also may help bring stakeholders together to agree on requirements and then track their completion. Requirements management is a continuous process
Requirements management can be messy, given the often conflicting needs of business, IT and developer stakeholders. As a result, IT Central Station members who weigh in on requirements management software value usability for end users and flexibility for admins. The process is already complicated. The software shouldn’t be. Users want application requirements management solutions that are easy and fast to configure, with powerful workflows and schemes.
IT Central Station members recommend application requirements management tools that help with the traceability of requirements. It’s essential to know how requirements have changed over time – and who changed them. In some cases, users recommend having the ability to restrict change-making privileges or institute requirements change request (RCR) processes through the tool. On the other end, the best tools offer an impact analysis for new requirements. That way, if someone suggests a new requirement, the stakeholders can see how that might affect other requirements.
For big projects, the tool has to be able to handle large-scale requirements analyses. Larger organizations which may have multiple development stacks generally need requirements management platforms that are cross-methodology. This enables requirements to flow easily into Scrum, Kanban and so forth. Developers want to be able to use their preferred tools to go along with requirements management solutions.
In the positions that I have worked for I have written and implemented processes and tools to improve the quality, safety and reliability of the system on all levels of development. I have organised the daily activities of the teams to achieve the greatest possible workflow without compromising... more>>
I solve data management problems for companies in various sectors of industry: Airline Travels, Energy Bill Management, Manufacturing, Commercial Printing/Publishing, Transportation and Logistics, Health Care, and Software Development.
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Kenny McGuffie has over 10 years practical experience within the systems and software engineering disciplines. He completed his BSc (Hons) degree at the University of Central Lancashire in the UK in 2001.
He has worked as a systems engineer, requirements manager, requirements engineer,... more>>
In a nearly 16 year professional career I have amassed significant, hands-on, technology development, consulting, and management experience in a variety of established and start-up businesses, US-focused and International alike. Industries range from technology consulting, financial, digital... more>>