When it comes to developing a new test system, no one enjoys the requirements documentation phase.
Traditionally, companies must provide a detailed statement of requirements before the test solutions provider can quote a fixed-fee scope of work. However, more and more we’re seeing companies that not only have incomplete test requirements but also very aggressive timelines to meet. Is it possible to begin work on a test system without knowing all the specifications in advance?
Find out as we discuss two different project development styles: 1) the Requirements-Driven methodology and 2) the Time and Materials (T&M) methodology based on Agile project management.
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