Posts Tagged ‘Client Special Attention’

Client Compromise

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

In business, each client is a completely different entity and which will often entail tailored special attention. You may find that one client does not have the sufficient funds in order to accomplish what they would like through your company. It puts you as a vendor in an awkward position because you will either have to pass up the project work or trim your costs in order to better suit the clients budget.

What you should take into consideration is locating resources that would allow for you to provide for your clients and overall reduced cost to both the client as well as yourself. Locating other resources can be the best course of action to ensure that both parties are happy. Having other resources available to your company can also open up possibilities of being able to provide dedicated workers to particular projects if they were required.

Your company will be able to earn project work from the client that meets their budget and gain alternate resources which it can devote to specific potential client projects in the future. As a company it’s essential for you to be able to mold your services to better fit within your client’s requirements, needs, and budget. Having more resources has various advantages and can reduce cost or project completion time depending on the situation. Any business should consider having possible connections that can be called upon if they are needed.

Multiple Client Projects

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

In the past we’ve covered the importance of drawing up detailed specifications when doing client project work. However this process may become more tedious and time consuming when a contract involves multiple clients. In order to provide services for multiple clients you need to use prioritization, estimation, and leeway for unforeseen issues that may come up in the future. Specific clients may require more time and special attention than what is usually required so they need to be prioritized accordingly. For each client included under the contract it is necessary to estimate the amount of work, time, and effort that will be needed to be put forth. In situations such as these it’s best to plan ahead and plan for more hours rather than giving the clients unrealistic expectations. Your specifications must be well thought out and accommodate the clients that will be receiving services under the contract. Your scope of work must have specific determinations for each client’s needs as well as the room for complications. It’s best to approach a client and complete the project under the predetermined amount of time rather than going back to them asking for more time.