I am writing system requirements for a tender.
Functional requirements consist of mostly improving the system (add/remove data fields, improve statistics and activity log, exchange more data with other systems) without adding any new processes.
What should I put in as business requirements? Can I leave that section empty if there is no new business process? It seems kind of pointless to describe processes which are already in production.
EDIT: Example. Already existing business processes (BP): BP1 - User opens application, enters data about applicant, application is approved. BP2 - Select statistics about applicants data for local and international organizations.
In tender I add this Functional requirement (FR): FR1 - add 200 new fields about applicant. FR2 - add new data fields in statistics filters according to FR1.
BP1 and BP2 doesn't change from business perspective, only amount of data. Is it necessary to include in tender business process requirements such as: BPR1 - add new data fields to application because of digitalization. BPR2 - add new fields to a statistics because now we have more data in application and therefore we need more stats for local and international organizations. I'm writing super basic example to understand if this is even necessary to include description of business process which doesn't change. If I was a developer, I just add new fields in already existing application form and add new filter fields in already existing statistics filter, since both those processes already exist as they are needed. Only improvements to existing stuff.