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    Post Production Defect Standard Percentage

    Can anyone tell me what the ANS is for post production defects? I just need to know what the standard percentage is. Or where can I find it?

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    Re: Post Production Defect Standard Percentage

    What is "ANS"?

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    Re: Post Production Defect Standard Percentage

    You are looking for a standard percentage for post-production software defects?
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    Re: Post Production Defect Standard Percentage

    Yes. Just wanting to know what the standard percentage is. Is 5% the standard for post Production Defects.....7%...etc. Just trying to see if we are within the expectations.

    ANS stands for American National Standard. [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Post Production Defect Standard Percentage

    I would imagine that a few clever searches could produce some anecdotal reports of post production defects, or even a few individual studies.

    But I'd be surprised if there was an ANSI Standard other than 0%. I would suggest you ask them directly here: http://www.ansi.org/contact_us/conta...menuid=contact
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    Re: Post Production Defect Standard Percentage

    The awesome people here could probably help you better if you would shed a little more light on the actual problem you are trying to solve.
    Even if there is an ANSI percentage for such a thing as you are looking for, it would be utterly pointless unless it is extremely specific with regard to the actual type of software.

    Contrast a time-to-market heavy application like twitter with an online banking site or the space shuttle.

 

 

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