Business analysts at Eternal work in partnership with client representatives, eliciting and validating requirements through various ways like interviews, user interface design walk-throughs and prototype evaluations. The requirement development process within our company embraces the following stages:
At Eternal, we understand the significance of the new or replaced solution's business vision, goals and objectives. Scope definition includes organisation needs, product scope, acceptance criteria, deliverables, and constraints.
We elicit the requirements leveraging various forms like interviews, workshops, focus groups, observations, and document analysis. To identify constraints of the projects, these are well-documented, which helps us further analyse the project.
The next step is to analyse the client requirement with the help of elicited solution ideas, business, users, functionality and data requirements. User stories and various data flow diagrams help us to analyse and understand project-specific needs.
To meet client-specific requirements, we follow the validation process diligently. This process eludes the client’s time and extra cost to modify solutions and problems during the later implementation stage.
We understand the significance of documentation in every step of SDLC. With valid category and structure in documents, ensure every individual user and business user’s requirements are complete, accurate, feasible and verifiable.
Managing requirements version control, change control, requirements status tracking and tracing; enabling requirements to reuse and risk management.
Business analysts work in partnership with customer representatives, elicit and validate requirements through interviews, user interface design walk-throughs and prototype valuations. The requirement development process within our company distributes the following:
It requires complete, concise, consistent and adaptable documentation like vision and scope document, SRS, and use cases, delivered by Eternal. We ensure all documents here update regularly and go with the next phase of software development engineering.
Business Analyst hand over all requirement specifications to lead architect responsible for creating a design like functional diagrams, module behaviour, data models, and a class diagram based on project needs.
We submit the UX/UI component in the form of PDF Or images. This is suitable for all sizes of projects. A few tools are available, like Beanstalk or Axure, which allow our team to prepare interactive mock-ups.
We comprehend how significant your product ideas are for you, so we have very flexible engagement models based on your budget and needs. We offer Fix Cost, Dedicated or Time and Material models and suggest whatever is best for the customer.
The motto behind the requirement engineering process is to deliver higher quality working solutions. We believe that just as we put substantial efforts into requirement engineering, it speeds up the development.
At Eternal, each stage, from requirement engineering to final deployment, is taken care of with an agile approach to support the incremental delivery model. Transparency amounts the team with the client is significant for project success.
Here requirements are never fixed. A software development cycle is an evolving process. With any software requirements and demands, transformation always happens. We make sure we track changes and alterations proactively.
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