Operations-Driven Definition of Requirements
Why is the service necessary and for whom is it intended?
Management, customers, partners and government agencies place demands that result in a need for change. This often means employees need to work in new ways and IT support needs to be adjusted. A challenge, thus, is to understand what has to be changed, what can remain, what needs to be phased out and what needs to be acquired.
The operations-driven definition of requirements service is intended for personnel responsible for producing operations-driven requirements specifications.The service is appropriate when methodological support is needed to produce the specifications, when the IT segment needs to understand the results and when the results need to be documented in a modern way in a tool that can manage complex connections.
What can we achieve and what are our focus areas?
In order for the need for change to impact how people work, the needs analysis and elicitation of requirements must be operations-driven. Issues that gain in importance include how you want to work in the future, what the new work flows will look like and what information has to be managed to do the job.
Ferrologic produces the future working method from operational processes and information structures and formulates the requirements on this basis.
How do we work?
We work in workshops and do interviews with employees in production. We produce semi-finished elements based on official and industry-specific frameworks and basic data from the customer’s source systems. We document the work and achieve traceability between requirements and working method by documenting them in the modeling tool.
We focus on real needs, and our vast experience in the field ensures quality and efficiency in our work.