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Publikācija: Impact of Requirements Elicitation Processes on Success of Information System Development Projects

Publication Type Publication (anonimusly reviewed) in a journal with an international editorial board indexed in other databases
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Impact of Requirements Elicitation Processes on Success of Information System Development Projects
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Līga Bormane
Jūlija Gržibovska
Solvita Bērziša
Jānis Grabis
Keywords Agile programming methodology, business requirements, requirement elicitation, stakeholders, user requirements analysis, waterfall model
Abstract Requirements articulating user needs and corresponding to enterprise business processes are a key to successful implementation of information system development projects. However, the parties involved in projects frequently are not able to agree on a common development vision and have difficulties expressing their needs. Several industry experts have acknowledged that requirements elicitation is one of the most difficult tasks in development projects. This study investigates the impact of requirements elicitation processes on project outcomes depending on the applied project development methodology.
DOI: 10.1515/itms-2016-0012
Reference Bormane, L., Gržibovska, J., Bērziša, S., Grabis, J. Impact of Requirements Elicitation Processes on Success of Information System Development Projects. Information Technology and Management Science, 2016, 19, pp.57-64. ISSN 2255-9086. e-ISSN 2255-9094. Available from: doi:10.1515/itms-2016-0012
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