Seilevel participated in the SIFMA Tech Expo in New York last week, and it was clear that the financial services industry “gets” the need for software requirements that are complete, accurate, and unambiguous. Many of those we met were not only interested in visual requirements models, but were also interested in the impact of compliance (both operational and regulatory) on requirements.
The newest report in the Seilevel Briefing Series, “Software Projects and Compliance: Key Considerations in Reducing Operational and Regulatory Compliance Risk,” was the most popular report we took to SIFMA. Through a high-level look at specific cases in requirements that address compliance issues, Seilevel’s research team examined ways in which software requirements can be used to reduce compliance risk—both for regulatory compliance and for operational compliance—and when during a project lifecycle complete, accurate requirements definition can have the greatest positive impact.
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