Chapter 5Requirements Management

Our systems are a reflection of the requirements we develop in tandem with our clients. Requirements encapsulate the business need, the functional expectations, and most importantly the value of the solution. Although the systems we design and build are by nature highly complex, we strive to maintain requirements sets that are straightforward, declarative, and simply organized. And well controlled. This promotes a direct and ongoing line of communications with the customer.Johann Strenberg, CEO, Tenzer Spring DynamicsDigital data management for clinical assessments

There are no doubt plenty of technology professionals who believe that requirements management is the single most important job for any project ...

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