Knowing small necessities at given time proves worth.
To keep basic right is very crucial. Matrika Software employs a flawless method of requirement analysis to determine the requirements or needs for meeting the quality of the product.
At Matrika, we carry out the entire system of requirement capture or analysis, in three specific ways. This starts with Requirement Gathering phase through which, we elicit the necessary requirements of the customers. We investigate scope and definite the new system. Through the fact finding methods, we collect valid information from the potential users. It helps in understanding the resistance offered by the misunderstanding and unrealistic exceptions continuing in the current system. This is done through different mentioned ways.
Then comes the need for Requirement Determination, We implement this necessary step to analyse the importance and substance of the chalked out requirements and check whether they are ambiguous, incomplete and contradictory. Later we resolve these issues in a downright professional manner, to bring out the real necessity and essence of the stated requirements.
Keep track of them and proper recording of details is always beneficial. Recording is a vital stage in requirement specification. We document the scrutinised requirement in the form of Use cases and process specifications. While the system analysts are designing the database and preparing the prototype our team of software test engineers prepares the test cases by means of the use cases prepared at the earlier stage. We have immense knowledge and experience in preparing the data flow and transition flow diagrams.
At Matrika software, numerous delicate yet extensive physiological skills are employed to ease out the arduous and long process of requirement analysis. With technically strong team, we offer in-depth and comprehensive requirement analysis by utilising the varied requirements driven by use-case, which helps in establishing traceability and translation of the requirements into system designs.