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Why your company's coftware keeps failing

MichaelHamiltonMichaelHamilton subscriber Posts: 5
Many people interact with faulty software on daily or regular basis.There are new/modified websites, smartphone applications, electronic car systems, and airplane systems to name a few entering the market as we speak.

Global businesses are under extreme pressure to offer products and services 24/7. To be honest many are struggling to keep pace and the ones that are keeping pace are experiencing quality customer engagement scores and excellent bottom lines as a result.

How do they do that? Well, here is what my experience tells me http://bit.ly/LNMHp2611

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  • anushkachhakrabartianushkachhakrabarti subscriber Posts: 219 Silver Level Member
    1. Target – A goal, what we would like to do or achieve.
    2. Constraint – Some internal or external limitation on what we are able to do.
    3. Estimate – A technical calculation of what we might be able to do at a defined level of scope, cost, schedule, staff, and probability.
    4. Commitment – A business decision made by selecting one estimate scenario and assigning appropriate resources to meet a target within a set of constraints.
    5. Plan – A set of project tasks and activities that will give us some probability of meeting a commitment at a defined level of scope, budget, schedule, and staff.
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