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The slide aims to give the basic differences between MRD and PRD and the need for them both

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    • Confianzys Consulting Ltd Differentiating Market vs. Product Requirement documentCopyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Product Marketer: I see great potential for a product. But I need to validate the Market opportunity first.Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Product Marketer:Here is the Business Case. Product Planner: Sure, thank you. Let me do a VOC and an MR for this. Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Product Planner: I am a Market expert, I will articulate the Market Problems, Opportunities & Requirements in an MRDCopyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Market Requirement Document is a written representation of the overall functionality that users seek in order to address a “market problem”Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Constraints Rationales •Limitations on •Logic to support the solution market requirement Components of an MRDCopyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Sample MRDCopyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Product Architect:Thanks, I am the Product Product Planner: Here is Expert. I will document the MRD the features in a PRD Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Product Requirement Document is thesubsequent document in which the solutionproduct & its features are documented. Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Intended Address use of the Market Product ProblemDescription of the Satisfies Product Market need Product ArchitectCopyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Need for: MRD: PRD:• Market focused product • The product architect planning requires a clear defines functional solution understanding of Market to the problem defined in problems MRD• MRD is the user view of the • PRD is the product view of market problem the solution Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • • Without an MRD & PRD chances of product failure increases• Benchmarking progress is difficult• Underestimating Market opportunity & Market share• Miscalculating Market size• User & Buyer’s perspective are not considered Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
    • Queries? Please direct any queries/ details you may require to engage@confianzys.com or call us on 91 80 4084 7500 Other links to explore: http://www.confianzys.com/thought_papers.asp http://www.confianzys.com/blog/ http://www.linkedin.com/company/confianzys-consulting-pvt-ltd http://www.youtube.com/user/confianzysconsulting http://twitter.com/confianzys http://www.facebook.com/Confianzys *Content abridged from The Product Manager’s Toolkit from BlackblotTM.Copyright © 2013 Confianzys. Portions Copyright © 2013 Blackblot. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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