The phrase business requirements is used to describe a set of features or capabilities that have been determined to be important to substantiate a particular strategy. These elements are "required" to remain competitive, or to spur innovation, or to increase market share or any other key business driver. They are identified by a business analyst or those with the unfortunate acronym SME (subject matter expert); the requirements are usually presented in a product brief or requirements document. A requirement typically takes the form of a user or system directive, for example: The user must have the ability to display…
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