Business requirements define a project’s needs and requirements for success while keeping in mind the target audience. It describes the reasons for creating a particular project, who will use it, what benefits the users will receive, and what methods will evaluate the project’s success. Business requirements do not explain how the project is to be created.
Business requirements highlight the broad outcomes of a project and do not discuss functional details.
Business requirements are discussed with the project owners and stakeholders.
A business requirement can include:
A business requirement does not include the following:
Business requirements can include graphs, charts, diagrams, and models to convey requirements as best as possible.
We should note that business requirements should be practical and verifiable, unambiguous, and effectively state solutions to problems.
The illustration below summarizes the features of a business requirement:
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