Headaches of the Company arises if you don’t have a right choice using your software. Even after utilizing the collective software development experience of hundreds of software companies and software experts over the years, across the globe, a large chunk of "software projects still fail big time". So the big question is - why does a software project fail, if at all?
In the early years of IT incubation into applied services, it was understandable, but now with so many supportive tools, truckloads of experience and resources the results are still saddening. In order to ensure that your critical software project sees the light of the day, it's very important to know the reasons that lead of software project failure.
Miscalculated Time and Budget Frames
Clients are always eager to have their projects rolled-out on time and even before the stipulated time at throw away prices. In most cases, this keenness of the client leads to developers agreeing to a rather shorter or unrealistic and non-negotiable time frame for the project delivery at meager rates. As a result, programmers are not able to deliver the project on time.
Lack of Communication
Another key aspect is the failure to set up effective communication channels and participative environment. Due to this, ideas or process flows get adrift and leads to lack of previews and interactions between the active project promoters and developers. At times standardized assumptions may lead to misunderstanding as standards may vary leading to business software failure.