It is the backbone of the software development project as it lays the groundwork and guidelines that all parties involved in the project must follow. The software requirements specification document describes the functionalities that the product must have to meet the expectations of its future users. This document must always include: A general description
The purpose of the product Specific software requirements In addition to this, an SRS document should establish how the software integrates with hardware or connects to other software systems. The SRS document description can provide valuable information such as: How to minimize development time and costs How and when to make a software Color Correction Service product lifecycle decision This document provides essential information on development projects to various sectors, keeping them on the same page. These sectors include: Design Development Quality assurance testing Operations Maintenance Even though the terms “software” and “system” are sometimes used interchangeably, there are differences between software requirements specification and system requirements specification.