Design and development by the delivery team is dependent on them... so a good, workable solution is dependent on them. As is usability of the end solution by the end user population, right? So far do I seem on track as to the importance of good, detailed project requirements? What else? User acceptance testing (UAT) will have a tie in as on tech projects especially that is where testing scenarios and test cases will be built from and against. So a good user acceptance testing experience and confident outcome is dependent on having good, complete and well-documented requirements, right? Meaning final signoff on the project by the customer is at stake too...
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