Custom Web Development Risks Under Control?
A new, free report at http://www.JTSE.com/risks helps managers, tasked with developing new corporate web services, to understand the software development risks they will face and how to manage those risks. The report was written by J. Timothy King, who has been developing software for over 20 years, since before the web even existed.
“More and more,” says Mr. King, “average people in average businesses are being tasked with hiring contract houses to set up customized blogs, dynamic websites, and e-commerce shopping carts. In some cases, they need to set up elaborate extranet applications, to share information with their customers, or intranet applications, to coordinate with their employees. And they’ve never done this before. They don’t know what they’re getting into. Software development is inherently risky.”
He expects risk management to become even more of an issue if the economy continues to slow.
The 8-page report, entitled “13 Lucky Tips to Reduce Risk in Your Custom Web Project,” briefly describes 13 policies a manager can implement in order to minimize the risk he will face as he plans and executes a custom web development project. The report may be viewed online at http://www.JTSE.com/risks or can be downloaded from that page as a free, printable PDF.
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