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on 12 month
Your own Design and IT departments without the overhead costs!
- Reduced hourly rate.
- Fast response/ Most projects can start within 48 hours
- Keep marketing material updated
- No need to write a contract or wait for deposit everytime work is needed
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Managing the various aspects of visual communication
or marketing of a company can be very complex and time consuming
specially on limited staff. We are capable of managing a project
from start to finish, making sure project gets completed within
budget and on a timely manner.
Creating a Marketing Campaign and managin it can be as simple as managing a Pay
Per Click account and as complex as arranging a campaign of multiple
levels: Print, TV and Web. You do not need a huge budget and can start as little as $9.95/day
Marketing management consists of:
Scope of Campaign
Analyze and research company, competitors.
Research best media to advertise and negotiate pricing with media. Including Social Media - Facebook, Twitter, YouTube
Financial analysis of the costs and benefits including budget.
Marketing plan from 3-12 months
Work with writers for content
Building advertising (print ad, web banner, text ad, video commercial,
Working with our team for campaign to be executed
included working with changes client request and fixing any errors.
send out campaign
monitor results, show graphs, monthly reports of progress
prepare and make adjustments for next campaign or follow up campaign
go back to execution stage.
Perfect for Retail, Restaurants, Salons, Hotels, Clubs, Automotive
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Our project management process consists of the following:
Scope of project(s)
The key project controls needed here are an understanding of the
business environment and making sure that all necessary controls
are incorporated into the project. Any deficiencies should be reported
and a recommendation should be made to fix them.
The initiation stage should include a cohesive plan that encompasses
the following areas:
Study analyzing the business needs in measurable goals.
Review of the current operations.
Conceptual design of the operation of the final product.
Equipment and contracting requirements including an assessment
of 'long-lead' items.
Financial analysis of the costs and benefits including a budget.
Stakeholder analysis, including users, and support personnel for
Project charter including costs, tasks, deliverables, and schedule.
After the initiation stage, the system is designed. Occasionally,
a small prototype of the final product is built and tested. Testing
is generally performed by a combination of testers and end users,
and can occur after the prototype is built or concurrently. Controls
should be in place that ensure that the final product will meet
the specifications of the project charter. The results of the design
stage should include a product design that:
Satisfies the project sponsor, end user, and business requirements.
Functions as it was intended.
Can be produced within quality standards.
Can be produced within time and budget constraints.
Executing consists of the processes used to complete the work
defined in the project management plan to accomplish the project's
requirements. Execution process involves coordinating people and
resources, as well as integrating and performing the activities
of the project in accordance with the project management plan.
The deliverables are produced as outputs from the processes performed
as defined in the project management plan.
Monitoring and Controlling
Measuring the ongoing project activities (where we are);
Monitoring the project variables (cost, effort, ...) against the
project management plan and the project performance baseline (where
we should be);
Identify corrective actions to properly address issues and risks
(How can we get on track again);
Influencing the factors that could circumvent integrated change
control so only approved changes are implemented
In multi-phase projects, the Monitoring and Controlling process
also provides feedback between project phases, in order to implement
corrective or preventive actions to bring the project into compliance
with the project management plan.
Project Maintenance is an ongoing process, and it includes:
Continuing support of end users
Correction of errors
Updates of the software over time
Monitoring and Controlling cycle
In this stage, auditors should pay attention to how effectively
and quickly user problems are resolved.
Over the course of larger projects, the work scope changes. Change
is a normal and expected part of the process. Changes can be the
result of necessary design modifications, new project ideas, material
availability, and impacts from third parties, to name a few. Beyond
executing the change, the change normally needs to be documented.
This is referred to as Change Management. Hence, the owner usually
requires a final record to show all changes or, more specifically,
any change that modifies the tangible portions of the finished
work. The record is made on the contract documents – usually,
but not necessarily limited to, the design drawings.
When changes are introduced to the project the viability of the
project has to be assessed again. It is important not to lose sight
of the initial goals and targets of the projects. Changes could
possibly bring additional costs and delays of final project.
Closing includes the formal acceptance of the project and the
ending thereof. Closing phase consist of two parts:
Close project: to finalize all activities across all of the process
groups to formally close the project or a project phase
Contract closure: necessary for completing and settling each contract,
including the resolution of any open items, and closing each contract
applicable to the project or a project phase.