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Are you interested in purchasing a monthly retainer for your business agreements? We're telling you why it's a good idea and how important it is for business.
As you grow your business, it can be helpful to hire on third-party resources to help fill any operational gaps. From marketing to customer service, there are myriad ways outside contractors can make a big difference in your workflow.
These personnel can provide a valuable service, often at a fraction of the price of hiring an entire internal team to perform the same task.
- 4 years 5 months ago
The speed of light has nothing on the speed of technology. Lately, whenever I am having a conversation with someone outside of our industry, most of my time is spent explaining all the acronyms I am using.
I think that most web development companies have a tendency to speak “geek” too much, and with the release of Drupal 8, we are once again moving into a market where we will be explaining technology to most of our clients (and potential clients).
- 4 years 5 months ago
There are a number of reports in the IT world trying to quantify the percentage of software development projects (including website projects) that succeed or fail. The percentage of successful projects can be somewhere in the neighborhood of 32%. The remaining percent and majority of projects are either complete failures, abandoned or challenged by budget overruns, blown production timelines or customers finding errors.
- 5 years 2 months ago
Project Management tools are a necessary, and often an evil, part of our business. With so many choices and so many things to consider, how does one choose the best, most effective one? One of my favourite forums is Basecamp. It is incredibly simple to use, and an efficient way to keep all communications, files and downloads between the client and your company in one convenient place.
- 5 years 3 months ago
One of the grooviest things about working in the tech industry, is the ability to work from almost anywhere. Your home, the office, a coffee shop, perhaps warm tropical places. All we need is access to the Net (we would take the fishing kind too), and we are good to go!