jackSeamus3 karma2016-11-20 15:26:40 UTC
I'm a software QE in a group which does omni-channel development for a handful of fast food restaurants. There's a VAST discrepancy in quality between our products driven solely by what each of our clients are willing to pay for. Allocating time and effort to one client that piggybacks off of the enhancements paid for by other clients doesn't keep the highly invested clients satisfied. As such, the thriftier clients may leverage functionality in ways which we explicitly advice against and expose bugs in the field. I also think these clients who don't put the money into their software updates and integration tend to have the same outlook when it comes to training employees, which can also lead to misuse of their platform and generate failures.
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