Planning a project needs to be thought through carefully and feasibility studies need to be undertaken to identify potential problems in advance of the investment.
We have considerable experience in the introduction of new systems around the world. We are able to draw upon this extensive knowledge and experience to assist you business to make the right decisions to create a stronger, more profitable business plan
We offer a range of services focusing on requirements analysis and functional project design. We can assist your organization to define business requirements, produce a detailed functional specification, or provide comprehensive traceability of project deliverables.
Feasibility analysis includes:
>> Project Analysis and Project Definition: We can facilitate the process of defining your business requirements with your stakeholders, validating these requirements, and manage the sign-off process.
>> Functional design: Austvest has significant experience producing functional designs for major projects. We can facilitate the process of producing a complete functional specification document and design for your next online project. This industry standard documentation can be provided to a developer to provide an accurate quote on any technical work.
>> Wireframes Diagrams & Information Architecture: Working with your staff members, we can help design a series of wireframe diagrams which will define each page / screen of your new system. We can also assist to develop an Information Architecture Diagram which will highlight the structure of your new website or online application.
>> Requirements Traceability: Many projects fail to show a clear line of traceability from the original business need, to the final system implementation. We can assist your business to produce a Traceability Matrix to ensure your project has delivered what it intended to.
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