Requirements Analysis and Definition Framework

Requirements Analysis and Definition Framework

Len Asprey (Practical Information Management Solutions Pty Ltd., Australia) and Michael Middleton (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-055-4.ch010
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Abstract

This chapter discusses a framework that enterprises can use for structuring the requirements analysis and definition stage of an IDCM. The framework provides guidance on analytical processes and specifications necessary to capture the overall requirements for an IDCM solution. The need for objective analysis and articulation of requirements is a relevant strategy that enterprises can adopt to reduce the risks of acquiring an IDCM solution that does not meet requirements. Our objectives in this chapter are to do the following: • Review the requirements analysis and definition stage within the context of the IDCM planning life-cycle. • Discuss the importance of requirements analysis and definition. • Review the requirements analysis and definition process. • Review the techniques and tools that support requirements analysis and definition. • Consider the types of specifications necessary for adequate definition of an enterprise’s requirements for an IDCM solution.

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