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Savings Report

This page illustrates the benefits of a code review with Collaborator. It shows how much time and money Collaborator is likely to save your team.

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We find the following two metrics clear and easy to track.

Labor Cost - Developer time saved by using Collaborator to do reviews.
Defects Cost - The cost to find and fix bugs discovered in QA or after product release with the cost to find and fix bugs found by Developers during code review.

To export the Savings Report in a printable format, press PDF button in the upper-right corner.

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These data is calculated automatically. The default numbers come from industry-standard sources, including some of our own customer data.

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To get a personalized calculation, please specify the following initial data that better reflect your code review process:

Number of people per review

Number of people that usually take part in one review. You can get Minimal and Minimal required number of participants from Role configuration settings.

Number of defects found per review

Average number of defects found in a single review.

Number of hours spent per review per person

How much time one person spends on a single review.

Studies show that developers find a bug every 10-15 min with Collaborator. That is, 4.8 bugs in an hour.

Labor cost per hour

Average per hour salary of your developers.

Number of reviews per month

Average number of reviews in a month.

Benchmark: Smart Bear's team of 5 developers does 75 reviews/month. For a team of 25, that review frequency would be 375 reviews per month.

Defect cost, discovered in Development

The cost of a defect found during development.

Code review typically costs 30% that of QA because bugs are found faster and locations/methods of fixes are already identified.

Defect cost, discovered in QA

The cost of a defect found during quality assurance.

Defect cost, discovered by customer

The cost of a defect found in production.

% more defects found/fixed using Collaborator

How many defects were found by code reviews with Collaborator.

We have chosen 30% as a default but feel free to change it. If your current code review process is not finding many bugs, then you should probably increase this value.

When done, press Recalculate.

The Fun Facts section may help you in filling in the assumptions data as it displays the code review statistics within the previous 30 days.




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