What is a specification
A specification is used to specify the requirements of a project or product. It is used to identify the needs of the users, the required functionalities, the technical constraints and the objectives to be reached.
Why make a specification
It clearly defines the expectations of all stakeholders and ensures that all parties have a common understanding of the project or product requirements. It can also help avoid misunderstandings and costly delays once the project or product is in development.
To make a good specification, it is important to follow some key steps:
Applications BtoB et BtoCBtoB and BtoC applications
For BtoB, the specifications are used to define the customer’s requirements and expectations in terms of products or services to provide. It is part of the internal process for Iworks.sn’s partner companies to always check their specifications and be sure that their needs are in line.
It serves as the basis for project development and may include information on business objectives, required functionality, delivery times, budgets, technical constraints and quality criteria.
This ensures that all parties involved have a clear understanding of each other’s expectations and obligations, which can facilitate communication and collaboration throughout the development process before beginning the sourcing and freelance search phases of project management at IWORKS.
Although the process may be slightly different for BtoC. At Iworks.sn in BtoC, the client publishes the project with a description; information on marketing and sales objectives, features desired by consumers, quality and service expectations, delivery times and budgets.
The specification can help align the development efforts with the end consumer’s expectations and maximize the value for both parties as we can see below on the iworks.sn platform:
The specification is very important for a project and it is necessary to note that the specification is a living document that must be regularly updated and adapted according to the needs and requirements. it allows you not to lose sight of your objectives