According to many researches, the main reasons for the failure of projects are missing or inaccurate Requirements and Project Scopes that are not correctly identified.

Today’s most successful Information Technology teams are looking for ways to better generate and manage their Business Analysis output by experimenting with different methods to successfully complete the projects they have developed.

In traditional software development projects, Business Analysts define their requirements in the Vision and Scope Document and Software Requirements Document (SRS) documents. 

There are some constraints and management difficulties in keeping requirements with document based output:

    • Keeping the requirements of the current system up to date
    • Providing traceability of changes and conducting impact analysis
    • Informing the related teams when there is a document update with change requests
    • Establishing end-to-end relationships between business requirements, user requirements, solution requirements and associated test scenarios, design documents and software elements

With the Requirements Management Automation Service, BA-Works works to improve the requirements management efficiency of organizations by:

Evaluation of your Business Analysis processes

Defining the need for automation

Selection the accurate requirement management tool selection

Evaluating a tool with POC (Proof of Concept) study

Adaptation of the process with the appropriate automation tool after POC

Training about the tool in the organization

Benefits of Requirements Management Automation:

Business units can systematically receive, prioritize and manage new project and existing system improvement requests

  • Requirements can be defined in different formats (Rich Text, Diagrams, Use Case and User Story formats)
  • Business Analysis diagrams can easily be prepared and requirements can be visualized
  • Business Rules can be defined parametrically and managed
  • Test scenarios can be prepared integrated with requirements and defects can be matched with related requirements and projects.
  • Impact analysis for CRs can easily be done by tracking the requirements on traceability matrices along the project
  • Business Analysis documents can be prepared in a way that software developers and business units understand them.
  • Documents can be shared for stakeholder approval and stakeholders can comment on the document via the tool used by the organization.
  • Business Analyst can work collaboratively with other stakeholders
  • Comparison between the history of the documents can be done with automatic versioning
  • Reporting of the CRs and other metrics

Business Analysis Processes in Automation Scope

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