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Requirements

Requirements

While use case techniques can be the primary factor in defining a product, not every requirement can be expressed in a use case. Typically product designs must work within a minefield of constraints. Backwards compatibility, programming language considerations, performance metrics, support for existing networking protocols, and internationalization are best expressed as functional or non-functional requirements. nFocal has extensive experience with standard requirements gathering and analysis, requirements management tools, and requirements-based testing.