One reason for such technology inertia is a negative experience with a software project in the past, as with a time or cost overrun. Or, perhaps the decision to adopt a technology didn’t entail a careful consideration of its wider impact on the organization, leading to a poor fit by either under- or over-delivering on the right features. In any of these situations, the results might have been rework, wasted effort, lost capital, and a lingering reticence to explore new technologies.
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