Over the last 15 years, I’ve seen a lot of large software projects fail in bricks in mortar companies. One would assume that the majority of these failures were the result of technical issues – that is either the software was too complex and riddled with disfunctionality or it didn’t address the problems it was designed to solve. But the truth is, the primary reason these projects floundered was because those responsible with implementing the software failed to acknowledge one simple and irrefutable truth: people don’t like change.
Allow me to explain.
Mr. Janger has more than 15 years of domestic and international experience in the electrical submersible pump industry related to project management, application engineering, well surveillance engineering and software development.