Establishing contact with your organization
- Fill our contact us form
- Our sales team will contact you
Every project is unique, but they all start with one thing in common: we want to know everything. Where you start. Where you have to go next. What you value. Who your customers are and why they care about you. The only way to solve a problem is to understand it from every angle. Every ODS design project starts with collaboration. We learn everything about you, collectively define the project, set goals for the weeks to come, and determine metrics for success.
Understanding your requirements
- Acquiring basic knowledge of your requirements
- Providing imprecise estimate
- Approval from your side
- Detailed understanding of your requirements
- Execution of pilot project
- Project Estimation
- Creation of proposal
- Sign in contract
Thoroughly explain the time and cost requirements for each step in the methodology, based on your calculations from above steps. This section should also specify how you will be billing the client, and when payment will be expected.
Creation of proposal
Now that you've completed confirmation steps, most of the work is done. All that's left is assembling the information into a proposal format, ODS proposal include these seven steps in proposals:
- Study the requirements
- Understand the clients
- Develop a methodology
- Outshine your competitors
- Write the proposal
- Current Situation
Sign in contract
Entering into a contractual business relationship with another party is a serious task and should only be entered into a after giving real thought about the relationship you want. Keep the below things in contract, when creating agreement:
- Get it in writing - Anytime you enter into a business contract, you want written proof of the agreement as well as specific terms by which each party is bound.
- Use language you can understand- There's no need to be intimidated by a false sense that a business contract has to be written in "legalese." The best contracts, particularly in the small business context, are written in plain English where both parties know exactly what they're signing and what the provisions mean.
- Be detailed- The rights and obligations of each party should be laid out in specific language that leaves little room for interpretation.
- Include payment details- It's important to specify how payments are to be made. If you want to pay half up front and the other half in equal installments during the life of the contract, state that, as well as the terms under which you will release payment.
- Concider confidentiality- Often when entering a business contract, the other party will gain access and insight into your business practices and possible trade secrets. If you do not want the other party sharing this information, you should include a clause that binds the other party from disclosing your business information or information included in the contract to other parties.
- Include Language on How to Terminate the Contract- Contracts aren't meant to last forever. If one party continually misses payments or fails to perform their duties, you want to have a mechanism in place so that you can (relatively) easily terminate the contract.
- Planning of resources
- Project design
Planning Of Resources
- Resource Deployment– Our IT departments deploys best ever resources for your project and put them on initial training.
- Project Execution & Management – The project manager or team leader manages the resources and executes the project.
- Project kick off meeting – After final selection our project manager give kick off to your project.
- Design Confirmation –After final confirmation of project design, our team start to kick off your designing.
- Reporting & Feedback –Our representatives will be in touch with you via emails and phones for reporting and getting your feedback on daily basis.
- Support from experts –You can contact our team anytime for queries; we will provide you constant support.
Executing the project
- Reporting to you and getting feedback
- Approval from your side