Optimize Your Software Selection Process: Why 5 and 30 Are the Magic Numbers
Select your applications better, faster, cheaper.
Software selection takes forever. The process of choosing even the smallest apps can drag on for years: sometimes in perpetuity. Software selection teams are sprawling, leading to scheduling slowdowns and scope creep. Moreover, cumbersome or ad hoc selection processes lead to business-driven software selection.
Maximize project effectiveness with a five-person team. Project satisfaction and effectiveness is stagnant or decreases once the team grows beyond five people.
Tight project timelines are critical. Keep stakeholders engaged with a defined application selection timeline that moves the project forward briskly – 30 days is optimal.
Empower both IT and end users with a standardized selection process to consistently achieve high satisfaction coming out of software selection projects.
Impact and Result
Shatter stakeholder expectations with truly rapid application selections.
Put the “short” back in shortlist by consolidating the vendor shortlist up-front and reducing downstream effort.
Identify high-impact software functionality by evaluating fewer use cases.
Lock in hard savings and do not pay list price by using data-driven tactics.
Optimize Your Software Selection Process: Why 5 and 30 Are the Magic Numbers Research & Tools
Discover the Magic Numbers
Increase project satisfaction
with a five-person core software selection team that will close out projects
within 30 days.
Save more by bringing two vendors to the final stage of the project and surfacing a consolidated list of demands prior to entering negotiation.
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