- Identify stakeholder requirements and wishes.
- Map out a plan for an MVP.
- No need for a large functional design.
Do you want to develop software that makes you work more efficiently and helps reach your business objectives? Are you unsure which functionalities and features this software should have? A Software Requirements Sprint might be the answer for you! We will guide you through the process of creating a set of functionalities that the software should have as a minimum. This will give a good overview so that you can put the first version of your Minimum Viable Product (MVP) into production.
To make your software development process successful, you will need to have a clear overview of your stakeholders' requirements and wishes. This is often done through functional design.
Our approach is different. In a one or two-day Software Requirements Sprint, we will meet with you and your stakeholders to create a thorough inventory of functional requirements and wishes. This input is sufficient to be able to develop a first version of the software. This will kickstart your project to developing the software yourself or outsourcing it.
Central to our approach is the interaction with the customer: we will define the functional requirements and wishes together. This means no major functional design in advance, but a continuous collaboration.
Joining the Software Requirements Sprint will be one or more of your product or domain specialists, one of our software engineers, and a requirements engineer who will lead the sprint. Thanks to their many years of experience, our requirements engineers know how to trigger all attendees to systematically divide the product into so-called 'user stories'. A user story describes an action that a user must be able to perform when working with the software. By writing down and prioritizing all these user stories, we form a comprehensible functional description of the product - together!
The end result of the sprint is a user story map, consisting of: