Getting the Most for Your Money

We do a lot of things when we meet potential clients. Assuming we mutually determine that Atomic is a good match to the project, the conversation eventually ends up at how much the project will cost. The shallow answer (“as little as possible”) is correct, but not very useful. We put the following outline together to suggest a more actionable approach that avoids a major risk and achieves the goal of maximizing the product created for our client’s investment.

1. Know the Impact of Your Project

Our clients generally build software to generate revenues or reduce expenses. If the client doesn’t know how much money can be earned or saved by a successful project, then it will be difficult to determine whether the project makes business sense regardless of what it might cost. Building a model requires understanding the business and the project being considered. Sometimes we work as consultants to help with this work. Read more on Getting the Most for Your Money…