SPS helps companies develop their software requirements documentation more consistently and with more clarity through our innovative RDM methodology. We effectively track progress and priorities, communicate changes and trace requirements from ideation through testing and implementation.
SPS is recognized in the area of Requirements Engineering. The SPS Requirements Definition & Management (RDM) methodology maintains a Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) lifecycle on the processes supporting Requirements Elicitation, Definition, Analysis, and Specification activities, tasks, and products. SPS provides strategies for the completion and management of requirements for projects, programs, and enterprise Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) activities.
SPS’s RDM Methodology, known as Requirements Engineering Access Control & Handling (REACH), supports the most effective methods for eliciting, specifying, analyzing and validating requirements.
Our consultants deploy the methodology as early as possible during a collaborative requirements process that involves key stakeholders, business owners, analysts, enterprise architects, developers, implementers and change control personnel. REACH supports the capture of enterprise standards, constraints, and business rules associated with the proposed new system or changes to current systems.
In support of the methodology, SPS’s best-practice processes are leveraged to provide reporting, quality measurement, audit, change management, impact assessment, and level of effort analysis capabilities.