Requirements
In a Week

Clearly and accurately define all business and software requirements for your small project in just one week!

Gaining a solid understanding of the business needs can make or break a small project, but it doesn’t have to take a long time. Using a proven process, standardized deliverables, and Best Requirements Practices, IAG’s Requirements Architects will uncover that understanding quickly and painlessly. In only one week your small project will be fully defined, documented, and ready to build.

IAG Consulting’s process has been applied successfully to over 1,300 projects and consistently achieves excellent results. After just one week it will be easy to see why our approach is so valuable.

How It Works

One Senior Consultant acts as the facilitator, guiding subject matter experts through the requirements discovery phase. Applying Best Requirements Practices™, IAG’s Consultants:

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Lead the session through practical questioning and analysis techniques

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Manage group dynamics, keeping the participants focused and on track

A second Requirements Consultant is responsible for the complete documentation, analysis, verification, and production of the final deliverable. This is known as paired analysis. In addition to producing immediate and tangible results, both consultants play an active role coaching and mentoring IT analysts involved with the project. IAG’s Requirements Elicitation service is the most productive and cost effective way to obtain high quality requirements, extremely quickly, using specialized requirements facilitation, modeling and business analysis experts.

“I found this process to be extremely customer-focused – and we got an accurate deliverable for our review right away.”

Deliverables

What you get as part of and in addition to the Business Requirements Document:

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Requirements Management Plan

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SMART List of Business/System Objectives

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Scope Definition

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UML Activity Diagrams

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Conceptual Data Model

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Verification and Validation Checklist

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QFD Requirements Prioritization Template

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Well Formed Requirements

(e.g., shall statements)

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Use Cases

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BPMN Process Model

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Business Rules

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Non Functional Requirements

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Requirements Traceability Matrix

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Data Flow Diagrams

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CRUD Matrix

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Data Definitions

Typical Engagement Schedule

  1. Day 1 (Morning)
    Planning and Session Preparation
  2. Day 1 (Mid-Day)
    Project/Requirements Scoping Session with main Stakeholders
  3. Day 1 (Afternoon)
    Analysis and Documentation of Scope and Objectives
  4. Days 2-4
    Requirements Discovery Sessions with SME’s
  5. Days 2-4
    Analysis and Documentation
  6. Day 5
    Review, Analysis, Verification and Presentation

How to Get Started

To get started, call Audrey Campos at 1-800-209-3616 or email us at info@iag.biz. We’ll arrange a ‘scoping’ conference call and provide a proposed plan and description of services.

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