sponsored by Global Knowledge
Posted:  10 Dec 2008
Published:  10 Dec 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Every project an organization undertakes has requirements. It doesn't matter if it's building hardware solutions, developing software solutions, installing networks, protecting data, or training users - for the project to be a success, knowing what the requirements are is an absolute must.


Requirements exist for virtually any components of a project or task. For example, a project may require specific methods, expertise levels of personnel, or the format of deliverables. This whitepaper will discuss the various kinds of information technology requirements, their importance, the different requirement types, the concept of requirements engineering and the process for gathering requirements.


Richard Frederick
IT Portfolio Manager
A graduate of Southern Methodist University (SMU) Cox School of Business, a Project Management International (PMI®) certified Project Management Professional (PMP®), a Microsoft® Certified Professional (MCP) and Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) Practitioner, Richard “Ric” Frederick gained his broad range of experience by treating problems as opportunities and creating innovative solutions. With work in government at the The Superconducting Super Collider laboratory, in education with Apple Computer, Inc. and in business with Assured Solutions (his own consulting company) Ric has learned and applied the necessary techniques to achieve both tactical and strategic goals.

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