What does 25% stand for?
The number of I.T. projects that fail every year in N.Z.
Statistics NZ report that we spend $6.4 billion per year on I.T. products and services. This does not include internal and labour I.T. costs.
Research shows that only 25% of projects succeed, 25% fail, and others lay in the “grey area”.
So what could happen if these projects succeeded?
Company losses would turn to profits of $1.5 billion. $1.5 billion that would be subject to tax. That could equal $450,000,000! This is tax we as NZ citizens now don't have to pay and this is being conservative.
That could buy a number of schools and hospitals, each and every year.
As a collective, we hold the keys to make this happen!
The data from this site has been collected from 1000's of top New Zealand I.T. professionals and we still want more feedback – please have your say by adding and refining the Checklist to Success. Please then rate your projects (now and ongoing) to see how well they are doing compared to best practice.