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What is the difference between FRS, PRD, TRD, SRS, MRD, BRD?

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Jul 22nd, 2006
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Answered On : Jul 27th, 2006

FRS means Functional Requirement Specifications,SRS means System Requiremen Specification,BRD means Business Requirement Documentation i havn't comacross the other 3...i think all these are related to the requirements given by the clients for the development of the application or product..etc..its the different terminology but meaning is same with a little difference....i think this information is adequate...

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Answered On : Aug 8th, 2006

SRS: System requirement specification used mostly in product companies to define the product requirements from the customer.MRD: Mission requirements document is used in bigger govt projects to define requirements of a mission[project] . EG:Defence, Space/satellite programmesTRD: Technical requirement document is used once again in airforce,Space/satellite programmes to define technical requirementsRemember there is a subtle difference in each of the terminologies defined above and their usage. All are not same

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Answered On : Sep 11th, 2006

FRS->Functional requirement specificationPRD->Public relation departemenntTRD->Testing resource developmentSRS->System requirement specificationMRD->Marketing Resource developnmentBRD->Bussiness requirement documentation sudhakar kollaIf you are having any doubt can ask me.My number :09819859346 

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Answered On : Mar 4th, 2010

View all answers by mindfu

Above answer is about half right.FRS->Functional requirement specification***PRD->Product Requirements Document******TRD->Testing Requirements Document***SRS->System requirement specification***MRD->Marketing Requirements Document***BRD->Business requirement documentation

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Answered On : Mar 13th, 2010

View all answers by vignesh77

FRS - Functional requirement specification PRD - Public relation departemennt TRD - Testing resource development SRS - System requirement specification MRD - Marketing Resource developnment BRD - Bussiness requirement documentation

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