Srivatsan Aravamudan Nemili / Mar 28, 2017
Time is Money and someone is going to pay for this loss of time or rather shortage of time to develop the application. The management would essentially put pressure on the vendor to deliver the software in a short deadline, which is usually not realistic. The vendor who would now need more than the intended resources to complete the project, would quote based on the necessity.Let us look at the chart for fast, cheap and good we had seen yesterday here. Desperate customers, who want the project to go live in very short time increase the budget as much as 50% as the vendor needs to spend twice the amount of resources to code and test within that time.
It is much faster to provide enough time to develop and properly test, rather than go live and fix innumerable bugs one after another due to poor testing. This very true because the vendor might not have enough time to finish coding your project and ultimately would cut off time in testing process to deliver on time.That is all for today, and I am glad you took another step towards cutting down cost of your next custom software development project. Thanks for stopping by and be sure to come back for another interesting tip on the same topic. Alternatively, you can look here and here for other articles on custom software development cost.