2000 words + APA 6th style referencing
Don’t worry about video presentationThe case
XYZ Pty Ltd is an established company (the ‘Company’) that has been selling hardware tools
and paints for the last 30 years using traditional “brick and mortar” business model, based on
tradesmen coming to the store and selecting the goods they want to buy.
They are currently seeking to expand their business to include on-line catalogue with ability to
be browsed, select items to be put in the shopping bag and to make an on-line payment with
goods either being collected in the store, or shipped via a courier.
The objectives are to increase the sales, to make it more convenient (time saving) for the tradies
and also to allow non-trade people to shop on-line.
Thy envisage 20% sales growth.
The Company CEO provided the following very high-level and rough ideas for possible
For customers, they can browse the catalogue, explore particular item’s details, add an item to
shopping bag, change the number of items, add and delete items to/from shopping bag, select
pick-up in the store or delivery to the nominated address and make an online payment or to
send an inquiry to the store. Store personnel can respond to the inquiries and contact the
customer via email or phone based on the details provided by the customer.
Customers will also have the opportunity to rate and review goods purchased and service
provided by the store. Store personnel will be able to respond to the customers’ review.
The Company wants to implement the first Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in the next six
months and have secured an investment for this. Further investment to finalise the full version
in the following six months will be provided on the basis of satisfactory assessment of the MVP
XYZ has engaged you (i.e. a group of you) as the requirements analyst in this project.MIS604 Assessment One Page 1 of 10
Subject Code and Title MIS604 Requirement Engineering
Assessment One – Group Assessment
Length 15 Minutes Presentation + 2000 Words Written
Learning Outcomes a-b
Submission Due 23:59 (Sydney time) Friday, end of module 2.2.
Each group presents in Module 3.
Total Marks 30 marks
In your reading and activities for this subject, you have discovered the concept of requirement
engineering and the entire procedures that involved in the process derived from the real-world cases.
You also explored the importance of requirement engineering and the relevant case studies have
guided you to understand it further. By undertaking this assessment, you will be able to contextualise
and explain the high-level concepts of requirement engineering and explain the role of requirement
engineering in achieving organizational success.
You, as a group, should first read and understand the following case before proceeding to answer the
questions in Assessment Tasks section. Note that every piece of information provided in the following
case serves a purpose.
ABC Pty Ltd is a start-up tech company (the ‘Company’) based in Sydney Australia. They are currently
seeking to develop a mobile app or a web application (collectively called an ‘app’), which provide on-
demand trades & handyman services to their customers. The objective of the app is to connect
tradesmen and customers. ABC envisioned that this app will provide a strong revenue stream to the
company and other business opportunities from a wide handyman network.
The founder of the Company has envisaged an app that enable customers to find trustworthy
tradesmen to get the job done; it is also a platform for tradespersons to find jobs and earn an extra
income stream. Typical jobs posted on the platform should include home cleaning, heating and cooling
system services, gardening, airport pick up & delivery, IKEA furniture assembly, garbage removal,
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plumbing, and other tradesmen & handyman jobs. The founder also provided the following very high-
level and rough ideas for the app:
For customers, they can post job(s) on the app, browse through tradespersons’ profile, and contact
them through the in-app instant messenger.
For tradespersons, they can put up a profile on the app, browse through jobs available, and contact
customers through the in-app instance messenger.
Once the job is completed, payment can be made securely through the app. The customer will also
have the opportunity to rate and review the tradesperson.
ABC wants to push this app to the market in the next six months and have secured an investment for
ABC has engaged you (i.e. a group of you) as the requirements analyst i