Describe interviewing for eliciting requirements - Project management (PMP)

Describe interviewing for eliciting requirements.

Interviewing for eliciting requirements involves interviewing different people with different view for gaining knowledge on a one to one basis. Some of the questions asked in the interview could be:

a) What were the advantages of the existing system?
b) What were the disadvantages in the existing system?
c) Are there any features you’d like to have in the new system which were in the old system?
d) How frequently did you use the previous system?
e) What other systems do you use at work for what needs?
f) How good or comfortable are you with computers/system?
g) How easy or difficult was it to learn the old system?
h) What tasks do you use the system to perform?

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