Engagement

1.RFP/SOW

Every project is a unique project, and hence – requires very special and dedicated treatment. Besides the critical triangle of cost, time and scope – the working model between the client and the agency also plays a crucial part in balancing the former. That’s why, we have a very robust, yet simple models – that are extremely flexible and client-centric inside.

2. Blue Print

A Blueprint Process leads to more successful web projects because:

  • It tells the design team exactly what goals you have for the site, so there's no guessing to what is important in the design

  • It clearly spells out all the costs involved

  • It puts the client in control of the project budget

  • It helps everyone make good decisions early in the process

  • It eliminates surprises

3. Beta

A beta test is a coordinated project intended to improve the quality of a pre-release product by collecting feedback from members of the product’s target market.

During a beta test, real people get to use the product in real world environments.

Beta testers are recruited, unpaid volunteers who match the product’s target market.

After allowing them to spend some time with the product, they provide feedback about their experience and any problems they encountered.

The company then analyzes the feedback and uses it to make improvements to the product before it is released.

The company can also use the results from their beta test to better prioritize requests and concerns for future versions of the product.

4. Training

Ineluctably clients will be going to need to work on the product we construct for them.There are certain things that our clients need to do at their leisure are modifying images ,text, publishing news/events, creating/editing/removing pages. At this significant phase of the project, we are almost ready to launch, but we need to ensure that our clients understand their software and can work with it at utmost speed.

5. Closure

The close of the project is the final phase of your job, it’s the last turn of the project life cycle, and like any other aspect of a project, it requires a process.

Managing a project isn’t only about tasks and resources, budget and deadlines, it’s an experience you can constantly learn from. While you should have been learning throughout the project, now is a great time to look back without the pressure and distractions that might have dulled your focus.

Projects generate reams of documents. These documents are going to have to get sign off and approval from stakeholders. Everything needs attention, and must be signed for, which is the legal proof that in fact these documents have concluded.

This closure will be useful for our business to recognize the level of success of the project.