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Software Requirement Analysis

Is the interpretation of client requirement becoming a challenge for developing custom software? At STAMOD, we know the importance of having an unambiguous understanding of what your clients need. We take great care to ensure that the final implementation is inclusive of the necessary features required by your clients. STAMOD’S team of software development experts, technical writers, and business analysts come together and astutely analyze your software requirement management requirements to help you develop an application.

STAMOD has extensive software development expertise, so we understand the optimum level of detail required to move software requirement specification to the development phase. We have experience working across a wide range of projects, both large and small across various verticals and industries. We can develop a detailed requirement document which you can use to get quotes for the project or pass on to a development team.

Our Services - Software Requirement Analysis

With 22 years of experience in software requirement analysis, we constantly learn and unlearn practices to ensure goals are achieved faster without stretching the cost and time. We address the software requirement by understanding the hindrances. Our software requirement analysis services involve the following -


        • Unified Modeling Language

          It includes creating integrated diagrams to facilitate specification, visualization, construction, as well as documentation of artifacts in software. In the case of object-oriented software, UML plays a crucial role because it uses graphical notations for representing the object-oriented software design. We also use UML for the validation of software architecture.
        • Data Flow Diagram

          If you want a visual representation of the software requirement, data flow diagram enables the representation of the complex process that is otherwise difficult to be explained as text data. Data flow diagrams are proven ways to show how the information flows through a process. We will use notations that are standardized to describe the relationship between entities. To create a reliable solution from analysis, we will use the visualization technique to discover potential pitfalls.
        • Flowchart Technique

          If there are related activities in the software project, the control logic and sequential flow are represented using a flowchart. We flexibly use flowcharts in multiple formats such as top-down, cross-functional, and linear. STAMOD uses the flowchart to depict data flows, system interactions, and much more. Whether it is for technical or non-technical stakeholder, flowchart technique is a go-to solution for representing process attributes and their relations.
        • Role Activity Diagrams

          In a software process, the role structure is captured and represented using the role activity diagram. It gives an overview of the activities in a software system. Whether an activity is isolated or coordinated with several other activities encapsulated within a role it is represented using the role activity diagram.
        • GAP Analysis

          If the software application has performance gaps it can be discovered using the GAP analysis. It helps us to answer whether the development teams can meet your business objectives.
        • Gantt Charts

          We will use Gantt charts to represent the task schedule and the completion date. During the requirement analysis, we will provide your clients with a single view of the project timeline.
        • Business Process Modeling Notation

          Touted as a methodology to improve the process, business process modeling notation (BPMN) is used to perform requirement analysis using symbols. It is identical to the creation of flowcharts where the graphs are created using business process modeling and notations. The process of understanding the business process is further simplified by BPMN.


Our Software Requirement Analysis Process

Based on the scope and nature of your software project, requirement analysis is carried out where an independent business analyst or a team of analysts will capture the requirement. Typically, requirement analysis involves capturing both functional and non-functional requirements. This requires both technical and business expertise. To ensure effective capturing of requirement we follow a holistic process involving these broad steps –

01. Requirements Scope

The scope and boundary of the proposed software solution are drawn based on business re

02. Stakeholder Identification

We will accurately Identify stakeholders such as customers, end-users, system administrators, etc. This will enable our business analyst to draw a roadmap for gathering requirements.

03. Requirements Elicitation / Requirements Gathering

We will collect the requirement through interaction with stakeholder groups via in-person interviews, focus groups, market study, surveys, and secondary research.

04. Requirement Analysis

Structured analysis is carried out on the user data to determine models. We will use several cases to analyze the data on various parameters. We can use requirements animation, automated reasoning, knowledge-based critiquing, consistency checking, analogical or case-based reasoning.

05. Software Requirement Specification

The analyzed data is consolidated in the software requirement specification document (SRS) or a system requirement specification (SYRS) document. This document serves as a blueprint for the design or development teams to start building the solution. It serves as a technical compendium of all the stakeholders’ needs including user requirements, system requirements, user interface, and operational requirements.

06. Software Requirements Management

lastly, all elements of the requirements specifications document are validated and errors are rectified. Minor changes to requirements of the proposed software solution can be accommodated.

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