Example of use: Moderator in ParliamentWatch debategraph.
|Interfacing Technology - OWA1/CBE2/WE3||Any system within the OWA, CBE or WE — software, hardware or mechanical — that must have a defined interface with the eventual solution||Existing software, hardware or machines|
|Normal Operator/User||Someone who uses the product to do work or to accomplish some purpose||A citizen using Parliament Watch to ask a question to a politician, a moderator, a politician answering a question, …|
|Maintenance Operator||Someone who keeps the product operational according to agreed requirements|
|Operational Support||Helps the users to make effective use of the product||help desk, trainer, coach/mentor|
|Functional Beneficiary||Does not have direct, hands-on contact with the product but benefits from the fact that it exists||user of reports, programme manager,…|
|Internal Consultant||A person inside the organisation who provides knowledge and expertise necessary to quantify technical and business constraints||future ideas specialist, data modeller, process analyst|
|Sponsor||The link between a project and the rest of the organisation. Helps to resolve problems and make decisions||Sponsor, project champion|
|External Consultant||A person outside the organisation who provides knowledge and expertise necessary to quantify technical and business constraints||auditor, legal specialist, inspector,…|
|Negative Stakeholder||A person or organisation who does not want the project to succeed||competitor, hacker, …|
|Team Member||A person who is dedicated to working on the project||project manager, business analyst, tester, systems architect|
Acknowledgement: Volère Stakeholder Analysis Template, definitions modified for usage with web-based services.