London, UK, WC2B 5LQ
Noat define and write functional and technical specifications for various scenarios, mainly for the development of new software systems or the understanding of current legacy software systems. Think of noat as providing a similar output to structural engineers or architects – the blueprints or plans. These functional specifications and technical specifications can then be used by our clients as a development plan for their project, reference material to maintain their systems or as due diligence confirming the value or the functionality of their systems.
The formation of noat is relatively new, however the core team has been working together for over ten years so we have an abundant wealth of experience and expertise to rely upon.
Noat will empower our clients by enabling them to understand the split between functional and technical design and the implementation of these specifications – whether by an in house team or via a third party (potentially offshore) development team. You don’t need to have the specifications developed by the same organisation as the development and depoyment – in fact it’s better to use two different organisations for better control.
Even though noat has come from the software world we actively pursue projects outside our software background developing and defining logical documentation for a range of business processes and policies.
Legacy audit, Technical specification, Functional specification, System documentation, IT documentation
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