4 Common Reasons Why Some Software Outsourcing Projects Fail

Nowadays, Software outsourcing is not only about reducing cost but also about flexibility and expansion. More and more companies from a wide range of sizes and industries choose to outsource some or all of their software development projects.

1. Failure to find a trustworthy partner

 

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Failure to find a trustworthy partner is the first reason why software outsourcing projects fail. A trusting partner should be always the first to be concerned about, choosing the right partner which has high quality of producing, and can be trusted might be a major challenge. If you have a trustworthy partner, you will able to include them in the planning phase and leverage their experience while developing a detailed roadmap.

Finding a trustworthy is the most vital and must be the first problem to solve before even approaching your process. This will allow you to focus on product development instead of constantly questioning the development team.

2. Miss out communication

 

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Assumption can lead to miss out the key point which also lead to project failure as a breakdown in communication is one of the easiest and fastest ways for a project to fail.

It is essential to give detailed information about your company and the project to your partner. Assumptions and a lack of involvement lead to developers producing an application that is far different from the one the client had in mind.It is crucial that all your resources are well aligned and team members are clear about the goals of the project, the comminication need to clear and proper. Regular reporting, communication, video conferencing and cross-checking can be a big help for you and your team.

 

3. Failure in composing contract for the project

 

A healthy contract should be a contract which includes every relevant items. A failure to include all of the relevant items under the contract can lead to disputes which can easily be avoided by ensuring that the contract covers all of the important aspects of the project. And Warranty is also necessary and needed to agree from both sides.

 

4. Lack of clarity in roles 

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A clear business is relevant in an development process. Each roles must be verified in order to avoid unclear confusion and turmoil. That is clearly that taking responsibility to every individual’s role in the process in very important. Understanding the team and know how to communicate with them not only speed-up the process but also strengthen the morale so they can perform better. It is imperative for leader to understand technical components of every project to be able to guide the team in the right direction.  

With some of those points mentioned above, outsourcing can be proved to be a quite challenges for any enterprise. But if your resources are well aligned and the team is clear about the goals. Detail contract accordingly and well communication will help you with your outsourcing venture.

 

 

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