The director of software engineering and the product manager for the company collected the user stories from the client (as depicted in the document provided in the resources section below). In addition, the chief financial officer of the hospital gave the director a complete breakdown of the charges for surgeries, hospital stays, and prescription drugs.
The director has asked you to read through the stories and help with the Functional Requirements Document (FRD), which is a formal statement of the programâ€™s functional requirements and serves the same purpose as a contract. Your company agrees to provide the capabilities specified. The product will meet the clientâ€™s satisfaction if it provides the capabilities specified in the FRD. The director has also asked you to identify any specific user interface, compliance, security, data, and data access requirements, and identify which requirements are functional and which are non-functional.
Create a 1- to 2-page list using MicrosoftÂ® Word of the requirements the FRD will need. Be sure to include the following:
- List 5 functional requirements.
- List 5 non-functional requirements.
- Explain how the FRD will be refined (or modified) during the development process.
Note: The requirements must be stated clearly and in detail.
Cite all sources using APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.
- User Stories document
- User Story vs Requirement â€“ Whatâ€™s the Difference? blog post from Testlodge