Software Selection

Software Selection

You might be surprised to know that across the globe, one in three software projects fails.*

One way to reduce the chance of project failure is to gather a crisp and comprehensive list of business requirements and then have the software vendors demonstrate the capability of their software to accomplish the requirements. The following will help prepare you to succeed in your new investment in business software:

  • Create business requirements
  • Identify critical business requirements and “weight” the score sheet
  • Prepare request for information (RFI) for software vendors
  • Narrow vendors listing to best fit for your company
  • Develop “demo script” and set up software demonstrations
  • Review vendor financial situation and conduct user reference visits
  • Help you negotiate the price and scope of the software implementation

Kunkle Consulting can help with software selection and reduce the chances that your software project will fail.

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*According to “A Study in Project Failure,” by Dr John McManus and Dr Trevor Wood-Harper, as published in The Chartered Institute for IT: Enabling the information society
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