The Real Cost of Bad Software Quality in the U.S. in 2022

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Herb Krasner, CISQ Advisory Board Member and Mike McGuire, Solutions Manager at Synopsys

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Tune in to learn more about “The Cost of Poor Software Quality in the US: A 2022 Report” that was recently published by CISQ. The 2020 edition of this report estimated that poor software quality cost the United States economy over $2 trillion in 2020 due to operational software failures, poor quality legacy systems, and unsuccessful projects. Compared to the country’s projected Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $20.66 trillion, or the $1.4 trillion spent on employing IT/software professionals in 2020, it represents a staggering amount of wasted resources. We can’t wait to share the results of our findings from 2022!

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