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Types of requirement including
Business, Functional and NonFunctional

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PABBA CHANDRAKAMAL(208)
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• A Business Requirement usually begins with a
statement of a specific strategy or goal developed
by a leadership team. Th...
• Business requirements provide answers about
what must be accomplished for the project to
be considered a success. The fo...
High-Level Business Requirements
Detailed Business Requirements
• Overview
• Before developing Detailed Business
Requirements, the project team should have...
Functional Requirements
• The documents and tracks the necessary
information required to effectively define
business and f...
• BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW
[Describe here the business requirements that the project work will fulfill and
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SUPPORTABILITY REQUIREMENTS
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Non-Functional Requirements
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BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW
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PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
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business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
business requirements functional and  non functional
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  1. 1. Types of requirement including Business, Functional and NonFunctional • • • • PABBA CHANDRAKAMAL(208) CHARAN PRIYATHAM SAI CHARAN
  2. 2. • A Business Requirement usually begins with a statement of a specific strategy or goal developed by a leadership team. The team identifies business strategies and goals to meet business needs arising from competitive, regulatory, operational, and other business pressures.
  3. 3. • Business requirements provide answers about what must be accomplished for the project to be considered a success. The following are some of the typical questions that must be answered: • What business functions are to be performed? • What information is required? • What results are expected? • At what locations? • For whom? • How often?
  4. 4. High-Level Business Requirements
  5. 5. Detailed Business Requirements • Overview • Before developing Detailed Business Requirements, the project team should have: – • Documented the High-Level Business Requirements. – • Developed a Conceptual Design for the solution. – • Determined the project’s estimated cost. – • Presented all findings to the project sponsors for approval.
  6. 6. Functional Requirements • The documents and tracks the necessary information required to effectively define business and functional requirements. The Functional Requirements Definition document is created during the Planning Phase of the project. Its intended audience is the project manager, project team, project sponsor, client/user, and any stakeholder whose input/approval into the requirements definitions process is needed.
  7. 7. • BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW [Describe here the business requirements that the project work will fulfill and how and/or where the completed project product will fit into any existing systems. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] • ASSUMPTIONS / CONSTRAINTS [Describe any overall assumptions / constraints related to project requirements] • FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS [Functional requirements capture and specify specific intended behavior of the system being developed. They define things such as system calculations, data manipulation and processing, user interface and interaction with the application, and other specific functionality that show how user requirements are satisfied. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] • USABILITY REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the functional requirements that affect usability such as ease of learning, task efficiency, ease of remembering, understandability, attractiveness, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] • PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the functional requirements that affect performance such as speed, safety, precision, reliability and availability, capacity, scalability, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.]
  8. 8. • • • • • • SUPPORTABILITY REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the functional requirements that affect supportability and maintainability such as training, ramp-up time, documentation, facilities, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] SECURITY REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the functional requirements that affect security such as security audits, identification/authentication, privacy, facility access times, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the functional requirements that affect interfaces such as user navigation, presentation of application and associated functionality, screen location of interface elements, data display and manipulation, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] ASSUMPTIONS / CONSTRAINTS [Describe any functional assumptions / constraints related to any of the project’s requirements] COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS [Describe the existing compliance environment as it affects project requirements. Include an overview of the compliance requirements necessary to achieve the project’s objectives. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] ASSUMPTIONS / CONSTRAINTS [Describe any compliance assumptions / constraints related to any of the project’s requirements]
  9. 9. Non-Functional Requirements • The Non-Functional Requirements (also referred to as Quality of Service by the International Institute of Business Analysts, Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) Definition documents and tracks the necessary information required to effectively define business and non-functional and technical requirements. The Non-Functional Requirements Definition document is created during the Planning Phase of the project. Its intended audience is the project manager, project team, project sponsor, client/user, and any stakeholder whose input/approval into the requirements definitions process is needed
  10. 10. • • • • • • BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW [Describe here the business requirements that the project work will fulfill and how and/or where the completed project product will fit into any existing systems. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] ASSUMPTIONS / CONSTRAINTS [Describe any overall assumptions / constraints related to project requirements] NON-FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS [Describe the existing non-functional (also referred to as Quality of Service by the International Institute of Business Analysts, Business Analysis Body of Knowledge), technical environment, systems, functions, and processes. Include an overview of the non-functional requirements necessary to achieve the project’s objectives.] HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS [Describe hardware requirements and any related processes. Include a detailed description of specific hardware requirements and associate them to specific project functionality/deliverables. Include information such as type of hardware, brand name, specifications, size, security, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS[Describe software requirements and any related processes. Include a detailed description of specific software requirements and associate them to specific project functionality/deliverables. Include information such as in-house development or purchasing, security, coding language, version numbering, functionality, data, interface requirements, brand
  11. 11. • • • • • • • • • • PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS [Describe performance requirements and any related processes. Include a detailed description of specific performance requirements and associate them to specific project functionality/deliverables. Include information such as cycle time, speed per transaction, test requirements, minimum bug counts, speed, reliability, utilization etc.] SUPPORTABILITY REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the technical requirements that affect supportability and maintainability such as coding standards, naming conventions, maintenance access, required utilities, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] SECURITY REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the technical requirements that affect security such as security audits, cryptography, user data, system identification/authentication, resource utilization, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the technical requirements that affect interfaces such as protocol management, scheduling, directory services, broadcasts, message types, error and buffer management, security, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.] AVAILABILITY REQUIREMENTS [Describe all of the technical requirements that affect availability such as hours of operation, level of availability required, down-time impact, support availability, etc. Assign a unique ID number to each requirement.]
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