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New Post 1/6/2015 9:35 PM
User is offline Athi
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Functional Specification 

Good Day,

 

I just became a BA and got my first BRS signed off. I am now confused as to how do I decide if an FRS is required or not? Please can you assist?

 
New Post 1/7/2015 10:55 PM
User is offline BigPicGuy
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Re: Functional Specification 

It would be great if you could add more details to your question.

BR specs are generally followed up by Functional Specs after which, a high level design should be prepared.

Remember that you are a conduit between your business clients and the developers/testers. And you should be able to speak and write the languages that both parties are comfortable with. That said, FR for any IT application project is strongly recommended,

 

 
New Post 1/11/2015 5:20 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: Functional Specification 

"I am now confused as to how do I decide if an FRS is required or not? "

You got what the users wanted ... Business Requirements.


Now give the programmers what they want ... how to build the system.


FRS - This is a lower-level document that defines how different parts of the system should function at the System level.


Use Cases, Diagrams, etc. ... stuff that the programmers use to build / change the system to meet the business requirements.

 
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