Ending a Project Favorably

When you’ve spent weeks or even months to a big project, what you want most is to reach a prompt, profitable and happy ending. For some freelancers, a good end of a major project is equivalent to a big check – but there are many other benefits, and details to consider for successful project delivery, which is why we pay special attention to some steps in the last days of the project. A good project has three objectives: to be profitable, a good career paths our work (hood) and the possibility for future work with the same client, which is why we place special emphasis on the closure of the project we allow a positioned to benefit from each of these goals. If you would like to know more about Dennis Lockhart, then click here. Close up loose ends in the final days of a project are often the most complicated and busy, under pressure from the proximity of the date of delivery. So before saying goodbye to a project always worth professionally finalize the technical, logistical and financial and thus covering up any unforeseen health that could tarnish the good image with which we close the project.

Make the technical closure of all those details later as we said we would do would be: – make the favicon, Metatags, system statistics, etc.. Filed under: Dennis P. Lockhart. – Allow parts of the project indicated that they could can be reused in future projects from the same client. – Make a copy of the files that the customer needs. – Bill to his client, including expenses that by consensus were ignored during the process.


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