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BRD & FRD

What is the difference between business requirement document(BRD) and functional requirement document(FRD)?
Asked by: Nanda74 | Member Since Apr-2012 | Asked on: Apr 16th, 2012

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Member Since Apr-2012 | Answered On : Apr 18th, 2012

BRD: Business Requirement document states about the high level business requirement along with the business need and business problem FRD: Functional Requirement document states about the functionality required in the application designed for the business problem and need mentioned in the Business requirement document. It mentions the Functional as well as Non functional requirements. Functional requirement are described with the help of Use case description and Use case diagram where as Non functional requirements like capacity, performance etc. are also mentioned. Hope this will help you.

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BRD: Business Requirement document states about the high level business requirement along with the business need and business problem

FRD: Functional Requirement document states about the functionality required in the application designed for the business problem and need mentioned in the Business requirement document. It mentions the Functional as well as Non functional requirements. Functional requirement are described with the help of Use case description and Use case diagram where as Non functional requirements like capacity, performance etc. are also mentioned.

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Sudhakar .T

Answered On : Jul 27th, 2012

BRD: The requirement of the client documented by BAs which reduces the cost to the company and increases the benefit of the company by the new requirement.
E.g. (Requirement) I want to write on paper

FSD: The solution which is explained in detail in the doc how the above requirement can be achievable.

E.g. (solution) you can use the pencil, pen, ink.

IN the above example the requirement is achievable by the solution given by the Business analyst.

  
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Deepika

Answered On : Aug 29th, 2012

BRD explains the "What" aspect of the Requirements i.e what is required?
FRD explains the "How"aspect of the Requirements i.e "How" the "What" can be achieved.

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