Ask a Business Analyst what comes before defining project scope, and they’ll hopefully say understanding the product roadmap.
Category: Writing Software Proposals (Page 1 of 2)
Most people, associate the scope of the project with efforts – either as time or cost. While the scope does impact efforts, it goes beyond just that.
Understanding user requirements (or a client’s) is critical when developing a software proposal. And, often it’s a single point of failure.
Defining, and then detailing requirements is a challenge of its own. While defining requirements is essential, detailing it is often overlooked. And, when doing so, the devil is always in the details.
In my previous role, developing proposals was a breeze. We were in the business of answering our clients’ questions – we used to conduct research as per their requirements. Even if they didn’t know what questions to ask, we would help them with it.