The Standish Group focuses on improving the success rates and increasing the value of IT investments. They analyzed the costs of large (least $10 million) IT projects for Computerworld. Only 6.4% were successful. The data showed that 52% of the large projects were “challenged,” meaning they were over budget, behind schedule or didn’t meet user expectations. The remaining 41.4% were failures — they were either abandoned or started anew from scratch.
RE: Healthcare.gov – There was no way they were going to get this right – they only had a 6% chance,
Check out the full post, Healthcare.gov website ‘didn’t have a chance in hell’”, from Computerworld.