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Non-Functional Requirements Template

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Quick Overview

To define those IT system requirements that are not covered by use cases (functional requirements) or architecture products. They are used to verify understanding of requirements with the business and as a specification of how the system should behave for architects, designers, developers and testers.

Product Description

The Non-functional requirements product defines requirements related to system operation, performance, environments, policies and regulations. This includes requirements for:

  • Operational aspects of the system
  • Performance and capacity
  • Data retention, archival and migration
  • Security and Privacy
  • User accessibility


About ProGo Templates

All ProGo Templates have been created with the user in mind, and they all come with detailed guidance including a worked example to show you what information is expected making it easy to follow and use. There's no need for a complicated manual or hours of training, just follow the included content and get the job done.

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