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How Planning a Software Project is Like Building a House

Posted on 7/26/2013 by Lance Keene Account
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Whether you're starting a new business or upgrading a business process, web technology has become a critical component. Planning a software project to take advantage of that technology is as critical as the planning that went into your building and surprisingly, the process is very similar. We created an infographic and whitepaper to illustrate the process for you. We hope you enjoy them!

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