Comprehensible and binding documents – such as for an agreed development service between a department and its contractors – include all necessary and purposeful product information, from the very beginning of planning to the end of the entire product life cycle. Typical examples of common documents are technical specifications and requirements specifications.
- Prevention of follow-up costs
- Documentation of the state of technology
- Creation of a legally compliant documentation
Which procedures need to be (re-)modelled in terms of optimal results – and in which way?
- Process design and optimizing the document allocation
- Process design and optimizing the document generation
- Training the employees
How to improve the efficiency?
- Arranging the document landscape
- Moderation and advisory on the content and structure of the documents
What has to be kept in mind in conjunction with the software-based document creation?
- Advisory with regard to the software-based document generation
- Training the employees in terms of document creation
How to review the technical documents?
- Working out screening criteria
- Conducting reviews such as inspections