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More than half (60 percent) of respondents in this independent study of large enterprise IT leaders claim that the constraints of unavailable systems routinely cause software projects to be delivered late. To compound the situation, applications are usually released with reduced functionality, according to 70 percent of those surveyed.
Customer demands are clearly driving an increase in expectations of IT to deliver faster, while avoiding ever-increasing risks due to change and complexity in how software is integrated and managed. New delivery methods, from composite and cloud architectures, to mobile apps, only makes assuring quality more difficult.
This groundbreaking "Business Benefits of Service Virtualization" study is the first global series of its kind, now comparing enterprise application development trends for North America and Europe.