Build vs. Buy -- ROI Calculations for Third-Party Tools

Webinar: Writing, testing, and maintaining code creates flexibility, but it comes with a cost: development time and resources, testing, and long-term maintenance. One of the most common ways developers reduce their development and maintenance burden is by using third-party tools and components that provide basic building blocks and more advanced user interface. This Forrester webinar walks you through an ROI calculation model for buying third-party development tools versus building your own, and helps you consider how you might evaluate you future tools investment.

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