Bugs Cost U.S. Economy $60 Billion Per Year

November 14, 2012 § Leave a comment

Interesting article I read posted by Bradley Jones… That I want to share and put in my blog

The cost of bugs in an infographic that Typemock created. I’ve included this infographic and a link below.

As you can see, bugs and defects in software can be extremely costly to an organization — to the level of $60 Billion (US) dollars a year. That’s about $113,333 a minute. Fixing bugs earlier is obviously cheaper. Take a look at the infographic. It has a lot of interesting statistics including the stat that agile projects are 300% more likely to succeed thank non-agile projects. Ironically, the statistics don’t show how much more likely an agile project is to have a bug…!

The Severity of Bugs: Are We Doomed Infographic

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