Project Constraints

What is a constraint? And how can a software project have any constraints, even when we are willing to use state-of-the-art technology and hire the best people, right? Well, this is the ideal scenario we are talking about which, in the real world, doesn’t quite exist. Any software project is …

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Analytical thinking and problem solving

Analytical thinking and problem solving Analytical thinking Business analyst has to do enterprise analysis in project to understand the business objectives, core competencies and market research to get competitive advantage among others in industry. These are the few techniques BA has to be follow to do enterprise analysis SWOT analysis …

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Prototyping and its Advantages and Disadvantages

Prototyping can be referred as the initial stage in software release in which development process is evaluated by a small user group and product hits can be identify, before a bigger release is initiated. Such activities can also be called as Beta phase or beta testing. Prototyping is a part …

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Project Closure

Project closure is the last phase in the project life cycle. In this phase, the project is formally closed and the overall success of the project is reported to the client. Project closure involves handing over the deliverables to the customer, releasing staff and equipment and informing stakeholders of the …

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Project Scope Statement

What is project scope statement? It a document which defines the scope of the project. It is a boundary set for a project to work.Project scope statement is primarily an output of Define Scope Process. It help team during the execution of the project and also evaluates whether the change …

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BRD Vs FRS

Business requirements is the concept of eliciting and documenting business requirements of business users such as customers, employees, and vendors in the early stage of software development cycle to guide the design of the future system. Business requirements are often captured by business analyst who is responsible for analysis of …

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BRD Vs FRS

BRD Vs FRS   BRD- Business Requirement Document A Business requirement refers to the specific needs that must be fulfilled so as to achieve an organizational objective. These need define the business objectives, vision, mission or goal of the business entity. These are high level requirement which provides an answer …

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BRD VS FRD

BRD(Business requirements document) contains the requirements or “ what” the system must do. Often, it will also state “why” the project has been initiated or the business rationale for the requirements. It is written from the sponsor’s point of view. It defines the goal of the business and measurable benefits …

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Comparing BRD and FRD

BRD and FRD seem to be similar documents at most of the stages in their development but basic difference that we can highlight between the two documents is that BRD is developed with business perspective and business needs whereas FRD is developed with functional needs and perspective in terms of …

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