News:
- Shaping Careers - Read it in Dialogue
  2005-03-10
- Software Success - Read it in Clarity
  2004-10-20

Discussions:
- RE: RE: test
  2006-05-18 10:21:44
- RE: test
  2006-05-18 10:20:51

Catalogue Additions:
- JCreator
  2005-03-17
- DBDesigner
  2005-03-17
- Fresh UI
  2005-03-17
- Fresh Diagnose
  2005-03-17



        


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"A Standish Group research report shows a staggering 31.1% of projects will be canceled before they ever get completed. Further results indicate 52.7% of projects will cost 189% of their original estimates."

"On the success side, the average is only 16.2% for software projects that are completed on time and on budget. In the larger companies, the news is even worse: only 9% of their projects come in on time and on budget. And, even when these projects are completed, many are no more than a mere shadow of their original specification requirements. Projects completed by the largest American companies have only approximately 42% of the originally proposed features and functions. Smaller companies do much better. A total of 78.4% of their software projects get deployed with at least 74.2% of their original features and functions."



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