- Field: Business Finance - Management
* Acceptance Criteria are the conditions that a product must satisfy to be accepted by a user, customer, or in the case of system level functionality, the consuming system.
* Project assumptions are those factors pertaining to a project that are taken for granted but cannot be guaranteed, such as staff availability, cooperation and punctuality or the proper functionality of necessary equipment. For the sake of planning a project, it is often necessary to make assumptions about factors such as these, but doing so does represent risk.
*Project constraints are anything that restricts or dictates the actions of the project team. That can cover a lot of territory. The triple constraints—time, resources, and quality - are the big hitters, and every project has one or two, if not all three, of the triple constraints as a project driver. Many projects in the Information Technology area, for instance, are driven by time. Projects in the pharmaceutical industry are driven by quality but may have time or resources as a secondary constraints.
I HAVE AN ATTACHED DOCUMENT GIVEN A LITTLE BIT OF BACKGROUND INFO ON THE BUSINESS. THE 3 BULLET POINTS IS WHAT NEEDS TO BE COVERED AND WRITTEN ABOUT .