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Top 9 Myths of Software Requirements Gathering

Company: Object Computing

Requirements gathering (or “requirements elicitation”) is a critical process for any successful software development project.

If you fail to clearly define the key features of the product to be built, your team runs the very real risk of spending countless hours developing a system or app that fails to meet client expectations and user needs.

The more time and effort you put into requirements gathering, the more likely it is that development will progress smoothly and your deliverables will satisfy all stakeholders.

So, whether you’re just getting started or you’re struggling with your current processes, here are nine myths about requirements gathering that you can let go of, along with expert tips that will help you move forward with more confidence and manage your projects more successfully.


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