According to new research, success in 68% of technology projects is "improbable." Poor requirements analysis causes many of these failures, meaning projects are doomed right from the start.
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CRM failure rates have remained high during the last ten years, indicating that many organizations don't receive full benefit from their CRM initiatives. Let's examine important reasons for this unfortunate situation.
Packaged solutions are a direct response to customers demanding faster, lower cost, and higher value software implementations. This post explains why.
Five pieces of wise advice for you to consider when defining a startup business model. Compare your venture against this checklist.
The global head of Mead Johnson's PMO shares his thoughts on SAP, system integrators, SaaS, and much more, in an exciting podcast.
Dilbert's thoughtful view on IT failure, politics, and blame.
CRM projects have earned a notorious reputation for being difficult and expensive. Despite endless discussion of the topic, many of these projects come in late or over-budget.
Yesterday's blog on CRM failure inspired an important response from Oracle that I am reprinting here as a guest post.
The "wisdom of crowds" concept is simple: the aggregate intelligence of a group of people is higher than that of a single individual. This video describes a wisdom of crowds experiment.
How does one create small systems that address similar requirements as large ones? It's a basic matter we need to consider.