Services Technical Writing & Information Architecture

Defining business and functional requirements is an integral part of any project. Precise, detailed, an unambiguous documentation is essential to successful, timely, and on budget project delivery. We ensure that business requirements are clearly defined. We then translate them into functional requirements by creating a system blueprint. This allows for easier development and change management.

Project documentation gives the client full control over the project duration and budget

The success of project implementation depends on how precisely requirements for the system being built are defined. WebAlgorithm business analysts have extensive experience in providing our clients with professional project requirement-definition services. We address all aspects of the client's future solution when offering our help in developing requirement specifications. This includes:

  • Analysis of the existing IT environment
  • Collaborating closely with the client to understand business needs, processes, and data sources.
  • Developing use cases, process flows, data flows, and other supporting documentation as required.
  • Translating these business needs into clearly defined functional requirements. This is achieved by developing the overall information architecture which is a blueprint of the future system. Included are individual screen layouts incorporating good usability for end users, navigation, the underlying functional requirements, and data sources.
  • Reviewing with the client to ensure requirements are met and can be signed-off.
  • Documenting requirements for future software upgrades, performance and scalability, and hardware compatibility if required.

Stay within Your Project Timeframe and Budget

The client receives a thorough project documentation package, eliminating typical projects risks such as missed features and misunderstood requirements. The project documentation package ensures the customer receives the exact required functionality. The client does not pay for developing redundant features, yet has the guarantee that all required functionality is covered:

  • Complete project requirement specifications
  • Timeframe/ budget/ deliverables by phase
  • Risk description and risk mitigation strategies