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Requirement Management

Business Process Assurance (BPA) is a practice within Hastraa to identify and close the gaps between the business requirements and its translation into set of functional requirements. It is an evaluation of application functionality to determine its conformance to an agreed set of business requirements and objectives.

In today’s business scenario, software applications are often rejected by the business users, if it does not match their business requirements. It takes a lot of time and money to identify and finally close such gaps. The delay in getting the application live on time affects critical business operations.

At Hastraa, our team of experienced professionals aim to avoid these potential gaps right from the inception of development process. We will deploy our time-tested and proven proprietary methodology for BPA to ensure complete, comprehensive, and accurate documentation of functional specifications and that it matches with requirements as expected. This approach and technique reduces the probability of potential gaps and problems early in the lifecycle and its cascading impact on quality and subsequent phases of lifecycle.

Our domain experts are industry veterans with techno-functional experience and thus understand and appreciate the difficulties faced by the business in coming out with definite requirements. They review the requirements, decompose it to lowest level of detail, circle ambiguities, and refer back to users for further elaboration. This process is continued till there is absolute clarity of requirements. As a result of clarity to the atomic level, developers can estimate and plan implementation with high degree of accuracy. Also testing team can identify all possible business scenarios and build 2-way traceability matrix with ease.

Advantages include

  • Bridge gaps in business requirements and functional specification at an early stage of the development cycle
  • Achieve higher user satisfaction by avoiding any discrepancy between their requirements and the software delivered to them
  • Ensure maximum test coverage using Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM)
  • Avoid delays and reduce rework costs