BUFQI is an acronym representing a scheme for classifying requirements:

Business requirements
High-level statements of the goals, objectives, or needs of an organisation. They usually describe opportunities that an organisation wants to be realised or problems that they want to be solved. Often stated in a business case.
User (stakeholder) requirements
Mid-level statements of the needs of a particular stakeholder or group of stakeholders. They usually describe how someone wants to interact with the intended solution. Often acting as a mid-point between the high-level business requirements and more detailed solution requirements.
Functional requirements
Usually detailed statements of the behaviour and information that the solution will need to have.
Quality-of-service (non-functional) requirements
Usually detailed statements of the conditions under which the solution must remain effective or qualities that the systems must have.
Implementation (transition) requirements
Usually detailed statements of capabilities or behaviour required only to enable transition from the current state of the enterprise to the desired future state, but that will thereafter no longer be required.

The scheme was devised by the International Institute of Business Analysis in their Business Analysis Body of Knowledge as a consistent way of categorising requirements.[citation needed]

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