We want to make sure that we have plenty of time for conversations and time planned for internal company exchanges at clients’ businesses. We need to be able to send data out and get data back from the client and account for this time in our projections. Without time budgeted for this, you won’t be able to manage the project well, and things will start to fall apart!
Winning Bids on Projects Often Means the Difference Between Profit and Failure Because of the sheer importance of project proposals, a huge market has developed, providing many options for proposal management software. PandaDoc is one of the biggest, and it’s a great tool, but it’s not ideal for all businesses. A lot of companies searching […]
In 2016 alone we had three ongoing projects who were quite successful, but the initial project managers that we were working with left and new product owners were assigned to work with us accordingly. One of the transitions was even more successful than before, but the other two started out rough, and required a lot […]
Designers, Developers, Entrepreneurs, and Clients, Lend Me Your Ears! (Aka. The Video Transcript) Hi. This is Jason Long with BrainLeaf. Today, I want to talk to you about the top issues facing the industry of web and app development. I’ve narrowed it down to five different things. I’ve got a lot of cue cards for […]
This is the first of a several part series on the process of scoping a pricing web and app projects. Here we’re just going over some of the basics and making sure we’re all on the same page as far as definitions, general process, etc. before moving onto more information on actually putting together your […]