During the elicitation phase, our analyst played a key role in many strawman and design workshops, attended by key project stakeholders such as researchers, administrators, subject matter experts and project team members. Our analyst contributed to the conversation and assisted UoM project business analysts in the running of, and dissemination of information from, these workshops. The findings of the workshops were then distilled to develop wireframes of the user journeys explored and also summarised into digestible business requirements used by the F1 Solutions development team to provide useable prototypes for the University.
After requirements elicitation and journey mapping workshops, a gap analysis was undertaken by our analyst to determine the solution development types for each requirement identified within the workshops, with approximately 350 requirements identified. A determination was made detailing the type of development, associated costs and estimated development effort for tasks associated with developing the requirement.
Pragma then conducted a thorough industry-wide investigation into software deployment and rollout approaches. Industry-standard techniques and practices in both Agile and Waterfall methodologies were used to engage and encourage business analysts within F1 Solutions and UoM to attain a successful release.