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 these 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 offer a high level of technical attractiveness, and recruiting replacements will be practically impossible. Developments are taking place so fast that a system can drop from a high level of technical attractiveness to an average level within just three years.

YieldDD provides insight into the level of technical attractiveness, and the associated risk of practically irredeemable loss of knowledge and capacity.

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The software is not attractive to developers

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