Requirements analysis is the process of identifying, validating and documenting specifications for projects and other initiatives of change.Requirements are typically gathered from stakeholders such as owners, users and subject matter experts. These raw requirements are then transformed to ensure they are feasible, actionable, testable, measurable and documented consistently at a sufficient level of detail. It is common for stated requirements to conflict, exceed scope, fail to map to business goals or be unfeasible. The core work of requirements analysis is resolving these issues.
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