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Business Requirements and System Specifications

In addition to TechWRITE's excellent writing skills, we also have the ability to analyze business requirements and translate them into easily understood system specifications.

Well-analyzed, clearly written business requirements and resulting specifications provide the basis for successful projects. At TechWRITE, we have the in-depth business and technology experience to guarantee this solid foundation.

Our extensive project experience includes a thorough understanding of System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodologies such as Waterfall, Rapid Application Development (RAD), Spiral, and Agile (SCRUM). This allows us to create requirements that meet the needs of your SDLC. In addition TechWRITE can translate requirements into a variety of usable artifacts such as Unified Modeling Language (UML), Rational Rose, Visio, Sparx Enterprise Architect, and Rational Unified Process (RUP).

What's more, we can create templates to facilitate the document development process and provide technical writing training for your staff to ensure that requirements and specifications written in-house are clear and effective.

If you'd like a free consultation, fill out the form at the bottom of the page. Or, if you have any questions and want to learn more about our services send an e-mail.

 

Business Requirements

Our approach to business requirements includes the elicitation and development of requirements and the creation of the following project documents, written in clear English:

  Business Requirements Document (BRD)
  User Requirements Specification (URS)
  Use cases and associated diagrams
  Test plans
  Risk analysis
  Workflow diagrams
     

System Specifications

Our approach to system specifications includes creating a description of the current environment as well as developing detailed documentation regarding its future deployment. Input to system specifications includes business and technical requirements as well as hardware/software architecture reviews. The result is the following set of documents, written in clear English and enhanced with clearly illustrated diagrams:

  Functional specifications
  Non-functional specifications
  Capability Maturity Model (CMM)
  Collaboration/Communication diagram
  Data models
  Traceability matrix
  Diagrams (Interactive, Activity, State Transition, Class, Sequence, Component, Deployment)

Free Consultation

TechWRITE offers a free consultation to discuss your business requirements and system specification needs. To perform this consultation, we need to know some information about your environment. After you fill out the following form and submit it, we will respond with an e-mail that contains recommendations designed for your particular situation.

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To learn more about how we can help you, send us an e-mail.