|i take the specs from the customer||0.84||0.6||7417||63|
|i take the specifications from the customers||0.93||0.2||5742||11|
|i take the specs to the engineers||0.11||0.3||3795||25|
|incoming inspection spec for customer||1.08||0.7||650||79|
|how to know the specs||1.95||0.5||3554||41|
|what are customer specific requirements||0.03||0.7||4893||95|
|these specs on it is suggested||1.48||0.8||6397||68|
|know your customer requirement||0.5||0.2||6427||8|
|customer service person specification||0.53||0.8||4243||82|
|identify customers with special requirements||1.92||0.8||9381||85|
|customers with special requirements||0.88||0.4||5841||39|
Tom Smykowski : Yes, yes that's right. Bob Porter : Well then I just have to ask why can't the customers take them directly to the software people? Tom Smykowski : Well, I'll tell you why, because, engineers are not good at dealing with customers. Bob Slydell : So you physically take the specs from the customer? Tom Smykowski : Well... No.What is a requirement specification without a customer specification?
Without a Customer Specification there is no Requirement Specification. There are three typical scenarios for the creation of specifications: In the classic scenario, a client wants to receive a service from a client – a supplier. It is the client’s task to draft the specifications with the requirements.What is the best wording for a customer specification?
Ideally, the wording in a customer specification should be as general as possible and as restrictive as necessary, so that contractors can develop solutions without being too restricted in their competences.