At Cignitech, the requirement gathering phase is executed in a systematic and organized method comprising three phases.
In this phase, a team of product specialists are engaged in a series of consultation meetings with the clients. These meetings aim to gather client’s requirements and expectations from the final product/service to be developed.
In this phase, the initial set of client requirements are organized and analysed by the team of product developers to understand the Scope of Work (SoW). This phase also involves a thorough evaluation of the client requirements to determine any contradictory, partial or vague features. The then identified functional and non-functional requirements are further discussed with the clients to develop a final requirement document.
Once the scope has been defined, product specialists launch a detailed observation of any relevant products/services in the market to identify any specific expectations of the end users. With a final requirements document in place, we can also identify specific user classes that will benefit from each feature of the final product/service.