The semantics and terminology of the business ‘language’ bridges gaps between the business, technical and external stakeholders.Using a common terminology/semantics to communicate information about requirements ensures that the deliverable will fulfill the expectations of all stakeholders.Making this even harder, products are growing in complexity.
Most projects involve a small subset of the overall organization.
Understanding the high-level process flow of a business highlights the ‘big picture’ and serves as a foundation for planning the requirements gathering and management efforts.
Firstly, an evaluation of performance of the existing solution helps identify weaknesses of the solution and supports the investigation of causes of poor performance.
This information feeds into gap analysis conducted within enterprise analysis.
These results also support a definition of transition requirements which describe how the solution should be implemented and released into production with minimal disruption to the existing solutions and processes.