Business Analysis and Architecture

Any project in the Software Development field begins with an analysis of the subject area for which you are developing software, followed by the analysis of business requirements, functional and non- functional requirements. The analysis process is paramount because its quality is directly related to the success of the actual project. Below are the stages of our business analysis process for a typical project:

  • Analysis of client’s business needs;
  • Analysis of the domain where the future software is to be used;
  • Analysis of users and their needs;
  • Analysis of software functions.

During this process, we use various methods for collecting information on the project:

  • Interviews;
  • Questionnaires;
  • Monitoring;
  • Studying of documents and software systems;
  • Prototyping.

This comprehensive approach allows us to obtain the most detailed and precise requirements, which are then used in the preparation of technical documentation for project development. Depending on the chosen methodology, we prepare either User Stories for Product Backlog or documents based on RUP (Rational Unified Process) methodology. As a result of our comprehensive approach to the requirements gathering and specification, we write high quality source code from the very first days of working on it.