Defects from development to QA and post release

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Defect Tracking
Oracle
Oracle 10g
Oracle Forms 10g
Quality Assurance Trends
Does anyone have any stats on industry standard defect rates?  I'm looking for any stats you have on industry standard defects from development to QA and then post release.  I currently measure defects per object.

I manage the qa & release dept & have to provide the CIO with our defect rates (and have those) but need to know how they stack up to the industry standard.



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Oracle Forms
ASKED: July 20, 2010  6:31 PM
UPDATED: July 20, 2010  6:40 PM

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