Sitefinity Project Requirements Specification

For best results in terms of quality and costs it is wise to prepare or adjust your Requirements Specification to align with Sitefinity.

What is the Requirements Specification?

Requirements Specification (RS) is a set of documents that describe what a project is supposed to accomplish and how it is supposed to be created and implemented. 

At United Experts we prepare RS in accordance to IEEE 830 standard outlining functional requirements, interface requirements, performance, design constrains, system attributes, etc.


Benefits of aligning RS with Sitefinity

Having generic Requirements Specification would most probably result in developers struggling to implement unimportant details that are more difficult to accomplish with Sitefinity or missing on some great Sitefinity features because they were not specifically outlined in RS.

At United Experts we combine our extensive web development experience with in-depth knowledge of Sitefinity to deliver Requirements Specification that makes the most of Sitefinity in the context of strategic agenda of your business.

Why RS is important

Requirements Specification is a foundation of any successful web project regardless of its size . Here are just some benefits of creating RS and how you could use them:


  • It helps to establish a consensus among the project’s stakeholders concerning its technical-level requirements;

  • A well-specified set of requirements reduces endeavour risks due to poorly analysed, specified, and managed requirements;

  • The Requirements Specification sets the scope, size, and complexity of the project;

  • The Requirements Specification drives the system architecture, design, implementation, and testing activities;

  • Use RS to gather quotes or to communicate with your in-house developers;

  • Using RS helps you manage, monitor and communicate the technical aspects of your project.

What to expect in RS document? What are the recommended practices? 

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