In the second stage of the discovery phase in software development, the real work begins. It involves collecting and analyzing project requirements, which is followed by making reasoned conclusions (our advice on the steps to be taken to meet these requirements):
Business requirements. We determine the product value for the client and users (separately). Also, a Discovery team works on a client's business case in order to find the scenario it covers.
Functional requirements: that is, what your software should be capable of doing, what features it must have to achieve your set goals.
Non-functional requirements. This includes everything answering the question: "How should the system perform its functions?" It’s mostly about load requirements, the number of users, product architecture, scalability, and more.
Design requirements that should turn into a product prototype: wireframes, sketches, or even mockups (whatever your project needs).