Abstract: There are many methods to assess the technological innovation capacity

Abstract: There
are many methods to assess the technological innovation capacity of
enterprises, especially those in the information technology sector. Assessing
an enterprise’s innovation capabilities is an important tool to analyze and
guide a company’s success, however, the threats identified by innovation in a
software project on a daily basis are there. Reality and expectations in a
project are often high. Information technology companies have a high degree of
uncertainty and complexity in their operations, which leads us to recommend a
specific approach to assessing innovation to manage threats. this threat. Using
the right innovation metrics for an IT company can be a key success factor for
these companies. This paper discusses the key innovation capacity assessment
criteria and their impact on the development process of software companies,
thereby further assessing the influence of innovation capability indexes.
related to innovation and success of software companies.
Keyword: Impact
factors, Innovation Capability, Software Project Management, Success factor key
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