Welcome to versiontree.com

What is our scope?

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 15:39 Written by Ian Jessett Friday, 04 May 2012 16:28

We define our scope in terms of:

  • a set of tools with which we are most experienced
  • the geography that we can sensibly cover
  • typical tasks

Limiting our application in this way enables us to focus our attention on what we do best. We are open to discussion but we don't make a habit of working in areas that we have little or no expertise!

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What is our engagement process?

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 18:03 Written by Ian Jessett Friday, 04 May 2012 16:42

Pretty simple really - give us a call or send an email (see contact us). We will arrange an initial meeting to discuss your needs - this can be a conference call, online or in person.

Under normal circumstances (assuming a positive outcome to the initial meeting) we will then draw up a brief statement of work (SOW) for review. If necessary we revise the SOW in response to review comments. The client will then need to raise a purchase order (PO) with reference to the SOW.

As soon as the PO is received we can commence work in accordance with the SOW. As the project progresses invoices will be submitted to the client's billing representative as dictated by the SOW. The project we will complete with a post implementation review (PIR) to identify any outstanding issues, potential future work and capture customer feedback.

The above describes our normal engagement practice but alternative arrangements may be necessary in an emergency situation or where the client's procurement team requires an existing contract or service agreement.

How much is this going to cost?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 May 2012 14:31 Written by Ian Jessett Friday, 04 May 2012 16:35

Ok, so you think you are interested in our services but you are wondering how much it is all going to cost?

Well, we are not going to post any numbers here so if your development process or delivery system is already uncontrollably hemorrhaging binary digits all over your test environments or worse your production environment then stop reading and pick up the phone! We will then gladly reveal when and how we might be of assistance and talk dollars of course.

Assuming you have a more typical engagement in mind ...

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