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Product Requirements Template

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The ultimate goal of creating a Product Requirements Document is to provide a foundation for a successful product. Mapping out the user flow, business and technical requirements, dependencies, constraints, assumptions, and submission assets will give your team everything they’ll need to get your project off the ground.

This PRD template helps you work through:

  • Business requirements
  • Mobile App Objective(s)
  • Monetization Model
  • Feature Prioritization
  • Technical Requirements
  • Dependencies, constraints, and assumptions
  • The App Store and Google Play Store submission requirements
  • Maintenance requirements, and more

This PRD template helps you work through:

  • Business requirements
  • Mobile App Objective(s)
  • Monetization Model
  • Feature Prioritization
  • Technical Requirements
  • Dependencies, constraints, and assumptions
  • The App Store and Google Play Store submission requirements
  • Maintenance requirements, and more

What is an PRD?

A PRD addresses both the business strategy and technical feasibility of a mobile app development project. The document forces you to put all of the project’s technical requirements on paper including any necessary and available technologies; required maintenance and support; backend systems integration; scalability and future-proofing; third-party software dependencies; and other considerations. There is a long list of business and technical specifications that require devoted attention. A PRD helps you assess the chances of overall success for each individual requirement within the overall constraints of the project. 

What are the benefits?

  • Determine project feasibility
  • Make smart product decisions
  • Protect your project from risks
  • Plan for and support change management
  • Inform your long-term strategy
  • Support any necessary knowledge transfer

What is an PRD?

A PRD addresses both the business strategy and technical feasibility of a mobile app development project. The document forces you to put all of the project’s technical requirements on paper including any necessary and available technologies; required maintenance and support; backend systems integration; scalability and future-proofing; third-party software dependencies; and other considerations. There is a long list of business and technical specifications that require devoted attention. A PRD helps you assess the chances of overall success for each individual requirement within the overall constraints of the project. 

What are the benefits?

  • Determine project feasibility
  • Make smart product decisions
  • Protect your project from risks
  • Plan for and support change management
  • Inform your long-term strategy
  • Support any necessary knowledge transfer

Start preparing your Product Requirements

download the free template