Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report

According to an IAG survey, 70 percent of companies lack the fundamental competencies within business requirements discovery to consistently bring in projects on time and on budget. Why do so many fall short in properly diagnosing their requirements failures? Discover how placing a greater focus on the combined aspects of business requirements—people, process, and tools—can provide better project outcomes.

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4 Simple Steps to VoIP Vendor Selection

Cutting-edge technologies such as LTE and 4G networks are transforming the way employees communicate, and VoIP services are being adopted by an increasing number of organizations. The challenge for companies today is finding a VoIP solution that best meets business needs, budgetary constraints, and technical requirements. This report can help companies narrow down their options quickly and efficiently, through four simple steps. Read More

Budgeting: Beyond Spreadsheets

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Corporate planning, budgeting and forecasting, and the attendant reporting, can be a major factor in a company’s success or failure. Spreadsheet-based planning can prove to be confusing and unorganized, which only costs the company more time and money. Read how the advanced capabilities of IBM Cognos TM1 could potentially streamline your workflow and accelerate your planning, budgeting, and forecasting processes. Read More

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The Top 3 Myths about Requirements Management and Real-world Advice for How to Dispel Them

Are you on the front lines of product development and project management, and tired of seeing the same project failure statistics? Are you ready to do something to change your approach to requirements management? Then read about the three most common myths (plus a bonus myth) associated with requirements management, and how you can dispel them once and for all—for more successful products and project outcomes. Read More

Tactics for Tomorrow: An IAG Business Analysis Benchmark Report Extract

Contrary to popular belief, requirements discovery and elicitation are processes—not deliverables. And in fact, companies that focus on both the process and the deliverables of requirements are far more successful than those that focus on documentation quality alone. After all, it’s the quality of the document development process that creates an economic advantage. Find out what you can do for immediate and tangible benefits. Read More
 
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