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This article investigated the moderating effect of the perceived compatibility of agile methodologies in determining the actual success of a methodology. The researchers conceptualised the agile methodology perceived success by using cost, scope, time and quality to complete the project. The researchers further hypothesised that perceived compatibility has moderating effects towards agile methodology perceived success and its use. The theoretical framework was evaluated by means of datadoi:10.18489/sacj.v30i2.554 fatcat:m5tpbwnvubee5lmbj44elfsqne