Tom: “I need a new warm, down jacket for my next trip.”
Me: “Great, I would opt for Patagonia or Arcteryx.”
Why did I recommend these brands to Tom and these brands only?
It is due to brand trust. I know these brands deliver exactly what I want consistently.
As consumers, Tom and I are Patagonia and Arcteryx stakeholders. We have expectations these two outdoor brands need to satisfy to retain our custom. These expectations translate into requirements. In this scenario, our requirements were:
- Value for money
- Robust, long-lasting products
- Functional products
- Products that deliver on their intention
Patagonia and Arcteryx meet the business requirements for their products, satisfying stakeholder and business needs. And so the brands thrive with a good reputation, brand identity, leading to a healthy bottom-line and company success.
Defining the business requirements of a new product, project, system, service, or software is vital. Without defined requirements, there is an absence of clear goals, focus, and progression measures. This doesn’t bode well for success.
Because we don’t want you to fail, in this Process Street article we explain exactly what business requirements are and how you can identify them for your business or line of work. We explain the benefits that come from correctly defining business requirements. We then clarify how you can document business requirements in a Business Requirements Document using Process Street’s Business Requirements Template.
Sounds like the article you need to read to succeed…right? 😉
As such, let’s jump to it. Click on the relevant subheaders below to hop-across to that section. Alternatively, scroll down to read all we have to say:
- Business Requirements Template
- What are business requirements, and why you should care
- How to create a Business Requirements Document
- Manage change appropriately via a change management model
- New to Process Street? A quick tour to help you get started
Correctly defining the business requirements for your organization or line of work starts here. Keep reading and learn how to consistently meet the needs of your stakeholders.