One of the most critical components of a successful software project is the clear definition of what that project is - why it's being done, what is to be accomplished, who is involved, what materials will be needed, who will be providing those materials, approximately how long it will take, and perhaps most importantly, what it will cost so that you can budget accordingly.
The resulting document will contain exhaustively detailed specifics, clear and concise language throughout, and strive to avoid any ambiguity. It is very beneficial to have all of this information documented in one place - even if the process of creating it is enormous. Additionally, a project scope is absolutely necessary for accurately assessing the costs and time involved in delivering a customized solution.
Here's what you get:
- Up to 6 hours of technical analysis time
- All collected source materials
- Identify and document any special requirements
- Identify and document any constraints
- Formulate the Justification Statement
- Formulate the Scope Statement
- High-level overview of the proposed solution
- List goals, objectives, and milestones
- Technical analysis of any existing solution components
- Identify and allocate resources
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We know how important starting with a good project definition is. Very often it's the difference between a successful project and a failure. We want your project to succeed, and we know that having a good plan in place from the beginning will help ensure that happens. We're confident that our services are reasonably priced and that you'll continue with us as the developer of your project.
For most small and midsized projects it is, but it might not be. If a project is deemed too large to asses within 6 hours, it will be split into phases. The project scope will define the first phase of the project, and the first phase will include time to further define subsequent phases of the project.