The software is not attractive to developers


Professional software developers like to work with the latest technologies. The extent to which a system (and therefore an employer) can provide this is called technical attractiveness. Low 'technical attractiveness' is a serious threat to a company. Software developers will be very quick to move to employers who do offer a high level of technical attractiveness, and then it will be almost impossible to recruit replacements. Developments are occurring so quickly that a new system will drop from a high level of technical attractiveness to an average level within just 3 years.

YieldDD provides insight into the level of technical attractiveness and thus the risk of an almost irreparable loss of knowledge and capacity.

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The software is not attractive to developers

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