Most IT Projects Fail: 75% of Projects
Fall Short of Goals
IT projects often fail: not at AvenDATA
Why IT projects fail
Specific risks with legacy systems
Solution: Improve the quality of IT project management
Flexibility, planning, and communication are the keys to success
IT projects can fail due to errors in the setup phase, unclear or inadequate requirements, incorrect time and budget planning, and insufficient communication between project participants. Key factors for successful projects include user integration, upper management involvement, experienced project managers, clear goal-setting, and reliable estimates.
According to the CHAOS Report, only 15% of IT projects were found to have successfully completed the project. AvenDATA is an outlier among German IT service providers with a high success rate in terms of budget and timeframe.
Legacy systems can lead to higher maintenance requirements and are often difficult to maintain, increasing the likelihood of errors. Archiving legacy data ensures data quality and allows for the retrieval and reuse of valuable information. Additionally, it reduces storage space usage and eliminates unused data.
Archiving legacy data ensures that data can be mapped or transferred to new systems, preventing years of valuable information from becoming unusable. It also improves data quality and reduces error rates in other projects.
AvenDATA’s ViewBox software enables authorized users to access and retrieve relevant records from archived legacy data. It provides new access rights, ensuring data security and allowing for the removal of unused data, optimizing storage space.