Mitigating Risk in Statements of Work: Best Practices

30 Jan , 2023

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In this session we will discuss one of the most important, but must neglected, documents in any professional services, outsourcing, implementation, software development, and other technology transactions: the statement of work. Without careful attention, statements of work frequently lead to cost overruns, project delays, and disputes. By far, the most common failure point in a technology transaction is a poorly drafted statement of work. 

Attendees will receive real-world examples and techniques for reducing risks in these documents. Those techniques can be put immediately to good use.

 

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