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Researchers have found that about 70% of information systems (IS) development projects in Japan have failed, thus increasing the demand for solutions that will increase expected project success rates. In this study, we seek to explore such a solution by identifying factors that affect the degree to which Japanese IS development projects succeed or fail. We accomplish this by using an Internet-based questionnaire and statistical analysis. The questionnaire, which was primarily comprised ofdoi:10.2197/ipsjjip.22.689 fatcat:zoaep6ckubh4zhonfmuw7nufry