According to early 2014 research from
Sixteen percent of research interviewees said that additional time exceeded expectations by 20 percent to 30 percent; 8 percent said 30 percent to 40 percent; and 13 percent said more than 40 percent of the original estimate.
Entry commissioned IMTS, a market research firm in
“The purpose of the marketing research was to confirm that we are developing the right products for our clients – and I’m happy to report that we are,” said
To verify and strengthen the veracity of its research, Entry crosschecked its findings with data from industry analysts and consultants. Insights from this secondary research included:
Eighty-six percent of projects fail to deliver according to their budget, schedule, scope, quality and benefits baseline.
Commercially available project-management software drives higher levels of portfolio performance through data-driven and timely-decision support.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11617550.htm
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