Even if project objectives are predefined, C-Sharp personnel guide each client through a problem definition. This phase in the product life cycle encompasses two different activities: Concept Development and Requirements Identification. In Concept Development, we gather and refine ideas and set cohesive product goals. Requirements Identification then further clarifies the goals by specifying the needs and functionality of the product.
The Problem Definition phase enables C-Sharp to develop an accurate understanding of the project scope and intended target. It provides an essential foundation for all subsequent communication between C-Sharp and the client.
Finally, in Problem Definition the client's expectations are established. Projects can be managed well, yet still fail if the expectations are not set appropriately. By partnering with each client in this Problem Definition phase, C-Sharp fosters a shared vision of both the business and technical objectives the client must meet, and the solution to be created.