What This Article Covers
- What are the Risks Measurements at Brightwork Research and Analysis?
- Our Enterprise Risk Management Framework and IT Risk Assesment Template
- Implementation Success Ratio
- Our Work in Technology Risk Management and Implementation Risk Measurement
Our MUFI Rating and Risk calculation is an estimate of implementation risk and technology risk management. It proposes an enterprise risk management framework and can be thought of an IT risk assessment template.
It is an analysis rate each application by it’s:
…or it’s “MUFI” rating. We also apply a risk analysis The risk analysis produces a likelihood of implement ability success. One of the largest shortcomings of software selections is that all the applications are treated as having a roughly identical likelihood of success.
Implementation Success Ratio
Our implementation success rate is based upon a combination of the risk profile of the vendor + the risk provides the actual application.
Thisenterprise risk management framework does account for the preparedness of the implementing company or the consulting firm. Most consulting companies misrepresent the knowledge of their consultants to clients. Therefore, the actual risk of implementation projects is normally greatly underestimated. This can be adjusted by a consulting initiative with Brightwork that we describe at the bottom of this page.
For these factors, it is necessary to engage with our services.
Our Implementation Risk Analysis
We offer customized implementation risk analysis and technology risk management on a consulting basis.
But we provide the following:
- Full implementation risk analysis based upon more specific information for a specific company.
- We provide a full explanation for all the risk analysis.
- We can support any project anywhere in the globe because we do not need to be on site.
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Important aspects of risk estimation for IT are covered in this book.
Better Managing Software Risk
The software implementation is risky business and success is not a certainty. But you can reduce risk with the strategies in this book. Undertaking software selection and implementation without approximating the project’s risk is a poor way to make decisions about either projects or software. But that’s the way many companies do business, even though 50 percent of IT implementations are deemed failures.
Finding What Works and What Doesn’t
In this book, you will review the strategies commonly used by most companies for mitigating software project risk–and learn why these plans don’t work–and then acquire practical and realistic strategies that will help you to maximize success on your software implementation.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Enterprise Software Risk Management
Chapter 3: The Basics of Enterprise Software Risk Management
Chapter 4: Understanding the Enterprise Software Market
Chapter 5: Software Sell-ability versus Implementability
Chapter 6: Selecting the Right IT Consultant
Chapter 7: How to Use the Reports of Analysts Like Gartner
Chapter 8: How to Interpret Vendor-Provided Information to Reduce Project Risk
Chapter 9: Evaluating Implementation Preparedness
Chapter 10: Using TCO for Decision Making
Chapter 11: The Software Decisions’ Risk Component Model