Fix Broken Requirements
Infotech research found that over 70% of project failures can be attributed to poor requirements.
If the business requirements phase of a project goes off the tracks, it is extremely difficult to keep future stages of the project on time or on budget. Large clients have sometimes spent in excess of $20 million before realizing that, given the poor state of the requirements, the system is not implementable.
Digital Mosaic brings an approach to fixing broken requirements for projects
Using our completeness testing approach, our team systematically reviews project documentation to identify what information content is present. We then help your project management team identify the risks associated with missing information and we develop a work-out strategy focused on those filling in the missing information for those areas which have the greatest risk.
The alternatives to doing this type of approach are simple: either try to force-fit a bad set of project requirements and be prepared to spend 2 or 3 times as much to complete an initiative - or - scrap the requirements phase and deliverables. The Digital Mosaic approach offers a better way to audit risks, and be focused on those areas where the greatest potential for disaster exist.