Ian Fowler, Triteq Project Manager talks System Architecture

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Ian Fowler believes that Triteq's approach differs from many other consultancies.

“There is a general trend for jumping into a solution, instead of taking a step back and understanding the top level user needs,” he observed. Triteq, he added, focuses on various requirement 'capture' techniques.
“At the start of a project – and even during the creation of a proposal – a systems assessments considered,” said Fowler.

Ian was talking to Chris Shaw and the article was published in new electronics magazine on the 13th December 2011.

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