Our Design & Development Budget Guarantee
We guarantee a fixed budget on each project. Here's how we do it.
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Our Design & Development Budget GuaranteeNew Possibilities Group, LLC1033 Route 46 East, Suite 107 Clifton, NJ 07013We guarantee a fixed budget on each project. Here's how we do it.
We guarantee a fixed budget for every implementation project.
How do we do that?
By properly planning and architecting your solution before we ever propose a fee.
The Problem With Digital Implementation Projects
Working with an agency is among the riskiest endeavors your business can undertake. Want to be scared? Here are some statistics that should make you worry:
- 34% of development or design projects have no baseline.
- For ever $1B invested in the US, $122M was wasted due to lacking project performance.
- 75% of high-level executives expect software projects to fail!
- Less than a third of projects are completed on time and on budget.
The Problem With Digital Agencies
Simply put: their pricing is all over the place. One agency will charge you $10,000 for a project, while another will charge $100,000. How can this be? And how do you know what you are getting?
The best way is to educate yourself. First, mitigate your risk by learning about the industry. And second, commit to a smaller initial engagement to define your needs and requirements.
Together, We Can Do Better
Our process has been developed through our almost 20 years of software development experience. It's summarized with a cliché: measure twice, cut once.
That's why all projects at NPG start with architecture and discovery. By sitting down and defining your goals, we can actually put a plan in place to achieve them.
Our Guarantee: We Quote The ACTUAL Budget
Completing an architecture and discovery workshop with NPG will result in us being able to guarantee to you a definitive cost and timeframe for your project.
Or to put it bluntly: We will never ask for more money once your specification is defined.
How does discovery work? Luckily, we have a video for that: