Pragmatic requirements engineering for more efficiency

Applying requirements engineering successfully in day-to-day project work is often a difficult challenge. On the one hand, it is hard to do it by the book, and on the other hand, requirements engineering often also entails organizational challenges as it initially means extra effort for the individual employees. They must first engage with a new topic, build up knowledge in this area, and ultimately also be persuaded to actually use what they have learned. As a result, the desired requirements engineering process is often only implemented temporarily and after some time, people relapse into old behavior patterns.

These are the reasons why we always prefer pragmatic and efficient requirements engineering and offer suitable supporting instruments. These include, for instance, checklists and templates or software tools that support the individual work steps directly, and do so well. This ensures that requirements engineering gets seamlessly integrated with other disciplines and also works with different principles, such as agile methods.

Our customers benefit with regard to the following aspects:

  • Effort is saved since overhead is avoided
  • Customer satisfaction increases due to simple and targeted requirements analysis
  • The work results can be used better in downstream disciplines
  • Transparent added value of requirements engineering

Is your requirements engineering not pragmatic enough? Then let our approaches convince you!

References from the area of Requirements Engineering