Requirements Document - File Maker

Once you’re sure that you’ve got a very clear picture of what the client needs to get their business done better, faster, cheaper, or whatever else they’re looking for, you’re ready to draw up a detailed requirements document that outlines in as much detail as possible what this new computer system must do in order to solve the client’s problems. A requirements document should be in outline form and use a strict numbering sequence as requirements are later related directly to items in the design document. This type of organization in your document allows you to easily trace any part of the software’s development through the paper trail.

Here’s what part of a requirements document might look like:

Introduction
Here, put a general, non-technical description of the database system you’re proposing to build and what it is supposed to do.

Purpose of This Document
This document, also referred to as “The Requirements”, outlines the requirements for the project (Matter, Inc.’s Production Control Database System).

Definitions/Acronyms
The following are abbreviations and acronyms you will find referenced throughout The Requirements.
GMP:Good Manufacturing Practices
QAR: Quality Assurance Review
SOP: Standard Operating Procedure
MPCDS: Matter, Inc.’s Production Control Database System
ODBC: Open Database Connectivity

Reference Documents
Here list any internal documents that might be relevant to these requirements like corporate policies on computer system design, computer system validation, or security issues.

Requirements
Here’s where you’ll list all the detailed requirements (as shown in Tables below).

Security Requirements — Category S

Security Requirements — Category S

General Requirements — Category G

General Requirements — Category G

Functionality Requirements — Category F

Functionality Requirements — Category F

Reporting Requirements — Category B

Reporting Requirements — Category B

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