During facilitated business process sessions, we are capturing data requirements. We capture data at an entity (table) level, then may provide more detail (attribute/field level) especially in areas of major change.
During facilitated sessions, we are capturing how the system should behave and what tasks it should perform within the business process. We also identify the different possible scenarios (to develop use cases).
Business rule requirements
Systems implementation often fail because critical business rules were not identified. Kogawa is an early proponent of business rules and has proven guidelines for capturing business rules.
Security and access requirements
When new ways of performing the business process are identified, there may be new security and access implications.
The volumes (e.g. number of traffic tickets) are identified to understand storage requirements and what tests are required.