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Aug 30, 2013   //   by mandla   //   Blog  //  No Comments

We’ve heard it all before. Your in-house IT people keep missing deadlines, exceeding cost estimates, taking maternity and paternity leaves, and generally whining about working too much, not getting paid enough, blah, blah, blah. They come and go like the seasons.

Or, here’s another one…you hired this really cheap overseas outsourcing company who does great design work. That’s what they said, anyway. They delivered a package that would give road rage to a Tibetan monk.

Enough. Here’s an alternative idea. Whether your business employs thousands or just you, we will take you from where you are to where you want to be; affordable, honestly and with a grin on your face.

We suggest you hire a “next door” outsourcing company that has proven time and again that expectations can and will be met. We don’t just say it. We back it with a quality assurance commitment and a record of success. You will come to realize that when all is said and done, when your demands have been exceeded, when the work is flawless, silent, and has come in under budget, the best move you ever made was to engage us to assist.

But, is it cost-effective? It must be more expensive than your in-house team, right? Wrong. The cost/benefit ratio swings in your favor every time. Imagine simply describing your goals, outlining your expectations, and setting budget and time performance parameters. Imagine being able to devote your time to your work and not spending half of it babysitting.

It should not be unreasonable to expect top-level execution with no attachments. Our passion for developing optimum applications that unfailingly deliver brand awareness, drive traffic to your organization, and build Everest sales slopes is rather remarkable, actually.

We do it well because we love what we do. And, why wouldn’t we? We have that supreme confidence that is derived from repetitive success stories.

Success is not an option. It is a given.

Feel free to email us if you have any questions.

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