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What do you think will happen if there is failure of quality in information systems?

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by GA-Pilot In reply to Quality in IT

The other responses have covered the obvious.
When looking at the bigger picture, one needs to consider, who is making the judgement call on quality. Hopefully there is a Quality Assurance (QA) unit involved, that is actually looking at the project requirements, the business need, and rating how the product stacks up.

One must take care that their QA organization is not merely the entry point into change management for modification of the production environment. If this is the case, then typically the developers would, by default, self certify, and deploy via change management, possibly with business errors.

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by UK77062 In reply to Quality in IT

Failure of quality in information systems will result in flawed information, or minimally, ineffective information. Poor quality information (or lack of information) will impact business results and sub-optimize business performance.

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