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A long time ago, tech-savvy individuals smarter than us defined the process of understanding the requirements of a system and its environment. This became one of the initial stages of the software development life cycle (back then).

System analysis was the process of breaking a system down into its individual components and understanding how each component interacts with the other components to accomplish the overall goal of the system. During this process, the programmer/analyst would collect the system requirements and document them.

The big upsides of system analysis? It helped identify the problems a system would be designed to address and their root causes. It helped understand functional, but also non-functional requirements. It helped identify areas of improvement in existing systems. Finally, it helped develop lasting solutions, leading to software that is still in use today.

The main downside of system analysis? It was a time-consuming, costly process involving the most experienced technical talent, literally pulling them out of any other production effort for months.

Fast-forward to today and the startup world in Europe: you only get one shot at this! So why not apply a tried and tested process, which is fully compatible with the design engineering tools of the trade and will take you off the ground a few months later (guaranteed)? Don’t skip step no1 of the product design and development process because someone in the US got away with it. Talk to us to learn more.