23 September 2020

Tech/Law: 6 Reasons That Tech Projects Go Wrong (And How Your Lawyer Can Help!)

Edition 3 – Not tailoring you contract to your delivery model

In the first two parts of this series, we highlighted the importance of clearly defining your project and running a competitive process for prospective vendors. In this edition, we’ll explore the delivery model and why it is critical to choose the right delivery model for you and your project, and to tailor your contract to reflect that delivery model. 

Our focus with this article, as with the series, is on how you can better engage with your supplier to ensure successful delivery of your IT projects, in this case focusing on Agile projects.


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Edition 1 – Introducing the Tech/Law series

Major tech projects have a bad reputation. So often they seem to run over-budget, or late, or both. Our Tech Law team introduce the series they have put together to dissect some of the key contract-related reasons why tech projects fail.

Edition 2 – Not clearly defining what you are buying

Major tech projects have a bad reputation. So often they seem to run over-budget, or late, or both. Our Tech Law team introduce the series they have put together to dissect some of the key contract-related reasons why tech projects fail.

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