In order to determine what action should be taken to resolve conflicting requirements, the analyst must first determine the root cause of the conflict. The causes of conflicting requirements are typically the same, time and time again. Here are a couple of the more typical causes and how you might deal with them.
1) One or more of the stakeholders/groups misunderstand the higher level divisional or company goals which are driving their specific requirement. This leads them to push for a process or system requirement that is not in line with the true needs of the business.
Credit: Chris Adam & Samuel Olanrewaju