AGS requirement managers understand that good requirements management captures what stakeholders want their organization to accomplish. They understand that once captured, refined and recorded, good requirements can be reused for future organizational development. The requirement set becomes a living document for an organization.
AGS is able to produce two types of requirements sets; business and system. A business requirement set establishes what an organization wants a product or solution to accomplish. For example, the Veterans Administration (VA) wanted to have a solution that would allow nursing to electronically track medicines administered to patients during their stay at the hospital. AGS analysts wrote business requirements to describe what the VA wanted an electronic medication administration system to provide for them. This description is able to be used by software production and implementation teams as a guide for system development.
As stated earlier, a second set of requirements that AGS is able to produce are system requirements. A system requirement set is used by production and implementation teams to plan, describe, and solve business needs. System requirements describe how the needs of business are going to be met by the software solution. In the VA example, system requirements described how the software was going to give the nursing staff an electronic solution to medication tracking for patients. AGS proficiently produces complete sets of business and system requirements for organizations.