At Global Mediator, turning functional requirements into architecture and technical requirements is second nature. It can also form a basis for estimating how much development work will be needed to take the solution live and, subsequently, for preparing your business case.
Much of our work over the past years have been conducted in ever closer cooperation with our partners as they struggle to formulate an exact path – or even an approximate path – to system implementation. Instead, we focus on the smallest set of features you can operate on and then add further functionality based on clear user needs from operating the implementation.
By focusing on critical features rather than all features, we not only reduce future cost early in the design process, but we also make it easier to estimate development cost.