The confidentiality clause is designed to protect both sides of cooperation. Both the client and the contractor gain confidence that no business information will be disclosed to outsiders.
Then you present us your needs for the project. We discuss related issues and functionalities as well as the initial quote.
Step three is an objective listing of the project’s strengths and weaknesses, potential threats, and highlighting all necessary resources to complete the task.
The next stage consists in providing data needed during the project implementation. We analyze the received data and determine the degree of order completion.
When we have the necessary data, we go to the arrangements for the project assumptions, purpose and expected effect. We also estimate the completion date.
In the next stage, when all the terms of cooperation have been agreed and accepted, we sign the appropriate agreement.
While working on the project, we present a minimum of 3 milestones. Each milestone is a presentation of part of the project results that requires approval from the client.
When we finish the previously set stages of the project, we give it to the client for testing. You check the design and provide us with suggestions for corrections.
Then we make corrections according to the suggested comments.
For some projects, we will need our help during implementation. In this situation, we are still working on adapting the project to the given environment.
Finally, after accepting the entire project, the acceptance protocol is signed.