1. Gathering

When you start a new project or begin a new sprint, you define the scope of the effort and determine the limitations you need to work with. We wrote this section to provide insight into the types of questions  that are especially relevant to Kentico projects. If you gather accurate and detailed answers, you will equip your team with the tools they need to create better estimates of the project size, cost, and timeline.

We've broken this into two main categories of questions:

1.1. Functional Requirements

These questions help identify the project goals, business processes, and required features and functions. Put another way, this is the project scope.

1.2. Environment requirements

The questions in this section focus on the processes and infrastructure that the project demands. Your team's structure and processes address some of these questions, and client needs and requirements will answer the rest. The responses further your understanding of the constraints you need to work within and provide you with sufficient opportunity to address potential shortcoming.

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