November 26, 2020

Understanding Requirements

Understanding requirements is probably one of the most important part of any software project. This is also one of the most important reasons of failure of a project. Business Analysts deal with requirements on a daily basis and having the ability to be able to extract the complete and proper requirements from the customer is the key.
In this class recording on requirements, the trainer deals with basics of requirements and how requirements are developed. This understanding is a pre-requisite to understand process modeling.

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Abhishek Srivastava

Abhishek Srivastava is a seasoned IT professional with diverse experience in Banking, Insurance, Utility and Education domains. Managing large accounts, Program management & Developing business solutions has been his forte.An NIT / IIM Kozhikode graduate, He founded Techcanvass (https://techcanvass.com) in 2013. With Techcanvass, He is pursuing his dream of creating an organization imparting quality education to IT professionals. He believes that learning is a lifelong journey and one must never stop learning.He also loves writing and sharing his knowledge. Some of his notable books are ERP to E2RP, UML Modelling for Business Analysts, Business Analysts Practitioners Guide, Software Testing: A practical Approach. All these books are available on Amazon.

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