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Burndown Chart

ISTQB (International Software Testing Quality Board,), defines burndown chart for an agile process as: A chart that shows the remaining effort against time in an iteration. The burndown is a graph that displays how fast you and your team are burning through customer’s user stories. It shows the total effort …

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Requirement Elicitation Techniques

Requirement Elicitation Techniques: For Business Analyst to achieve success in project with a smooth flow always lies in gathering the requirements in the initial stage. To document the requirements we can make use of Elicitation techniques Below mentioned are Elicitation techniques: BRAINSTROMING: It is a technique where, individual or a …

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Requirements & Types

Requirements & Types Blog A requirement is the necessity of a customer.Clients share their requirements to the Business Analyst(BA). Then a BA prepares Business Requirement Document by interacting with Client. BA can use elicitation techniques to gather the requirements from a customer. BA does Requirement analysis by drawing UML Diagrams …

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Pre-Sales process

Presales is a process of activities followed out before a customer is obtained.This set of activities may also extend in the period when the product or service will be delivered to the customer.The sale of service or goods before its release date normally keeps a discount rate greater than Fifty …

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Root Cause Analysis

Root Cause Analysis: (RCA) A root cause is a factor, due its occurrence the process is disturbed, and the desired output is not achieved or deviated due to this factor. It is the reoccurrence of the same event over a period of time which hinders the smooth flow of the …

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Pre Sales Process

PRE Sales Process ===================== Pre Sales Process is an activity that is carried out before we acquire a client. The pre sales process begins after an initial contact is made with the future prospect. There are various steps that we need to go through Finding a Prospect Initiating the contact …

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Prototyping and it’s Advantages and Disadvantages

Prototyping and its Advantages and Disadvantages The Basic Idea of Prototype Model is to build A prototype before designing or coding can proceed. It is developed so as to understand what all things are required depending upon the currently known requirements. By using this we can get a feel of …

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Prototyping is nothing but freezing of requirements before design and coding stage. Here in, prototyping we provide the blueprint to the client which gives the look and feel of actual project. Client will be clear with the idea how the project is going to develop. Probably the prototyping is not …

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Pre-sales Process

Presale is a collection of all the activities which linked up to achieve the aim of knowing the target audience or customer. Reports shows that business can be enhanced 20-30% if the presale process is in lined with the customer’s needs. Presale is a process which generally performs before acquiring …

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