Requirements Analysis – Getting Started Guide

Even though Decision Driven® Solutions emphasizes the central role of decisions in the product development process, we fully support Requirements Management best practices within our Decision Driven® Solutions Framework (DDSF) tool suite.

We recently published a Getting Started Guide for Requirements Analysis that summarizes how to use DDSF for:

  • Stakeholder Needs Analysis (aka Voice of the Customer)
  • Operational Requirements Analysis (aka Use Cases)
  • Product Requirements Analysis

I think you’ll find our Stakeholder Needs Analysis and Requirements Analysis tools to match other industry-leading tools in functionality and exceed them in ease of use.  We also provide a unique set of built-in decomposition and linking rules to prevent your traceability model from becoming mush. Not to mention our support for rich requirement-to-decision and decision-to-requirement traceability.

Check out this guide and others on our Resources page.

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