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A technical requirements specification is a document that forms the basis of what is required in
the finished product, in this case the website.
At Jambour we form a requirements specification with our clients before any work is undertaken and
before any contracts are signed.
Sometimes we can give you a quote without a technical requirements specification being formed first,
but not always. If this is the case, please note that the quote may change after the specification
has been drawn up. Also, if a quote was given before, certain features the client wishes to add to
the specification may not be feasible within the original quote.
It is important to know that the technical specification can also be revised which can alter the
original quote but it is at the developers discretion.
At Jambour, a technical requirements document cannot simply be word of mouth or an email, it must be an
actual specification that has been agreed by both the developer(s) and the client.