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This paper proposes the Strategy-oriented Alignment in Requirements Engineering (SOARE) approach for e-business systems. The primary objective of the SOARE approach is to enable alignment between requirements for e-business systems and the business strategies they are intended to support. The SOARE approach incorporates means for analysing and decomposing business strategy, employing goal modelling both to represent business strategy in a requirements engineering context and to link high-level strategic objectives to low-level requirements through goal refinement. The SOARE approach further describes a basis for deriving and leveraging recurring requirements patterns. This paper proposes a high-level process for the SOARE approach, which is then illustrated via a proof-of-concept case study from the literature.

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Title Strategy-Oriented Alignment in Requirements Engineering: Linking Business Strategy to Requirements of e-Business Systems using the SOARE Approach
Authors S.J. Bleistein, A. Aurum, K. Cox, and P.K. Ray
Type Journal
Conference/Journal Title Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology
Volume/Number 36(4)
Publisher Australian Computer Society
Month November
Year 2004
Keywords Alignment, e-Business, GRL, SOARE, Strategy
Topic revision: r1 - 05 Apr 2008 - 09:39:49 - Daniel Amyot
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