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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikita Ryabov
Requirements Managerment at Implementing IT-Projects
Business Informatics
(Master’s programme)
2016
requirements.

The main objective of this work is to manage requirements throughout the project to create a report in Microsoft Reporting Services system.

This goal was decomposed to the following tasks:

1. Identify the key features of the requirements management process for IT projects and spend stratification requirements

2. Highlight the features of Project requirements management and financial accounting report on the project to create RMS

3. Create signs to evaluate the different levels of requirements

4. Develop a model that serves to assess the requirements based on the proposed classification and forth signs

5. Solve the problem in the requirements management project to create a report on the RMS embodiment "Card Activity" report using AHP (method of analysis of hierarchies) and MAC (Analytical Method Networks) implemented in the system Super Decisions.

requirements for IT project.

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