The success rate of software projects in South African businesses
This study will analyse and investigate software projects and their success rate in South African businesses, which include the private and public sectors. A survey will be developed and distributed among different people within companies, who occupy roles ranging from project managers and stakeholders to users and developers. This, together with a literature review, will produce a clear picture of the success and failure rates of projects and the likely causes of the failures and successes in South African businesses.
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