Do you need additional support to assure the success of a project? Maybe you feel that you don’t have the experience or knowledge of documentation projects to guide, coordinate, or evaluate an author’s work. Or, perhaps you have the experience, but not the time.
If you need support, 3di can provide it with a project managed service that focuses on delivering the work within the budget and acceptable timescales.
Profit from our experience
Our project managed service combines the expertise of technical authors and our substantial experience in delivering documentation projects. We assign a project manager to your project to give you a level of support that matches your priorities, your budget, and the complexity of your documentation. Typically your project manager will:
- work with you to understand your requirements and budget constraints
- find the best available 3di technical authors – either in-house or our freelance network
- support the author with advice or provide other documentation specialists if they are needed
- work with the author to scope and prioritise the work before they get started
- track progress and provide you with regular status updates
If you have a project that would benefit from our project-managed services, why not contact us now? We would welcome the opportunity to listen to your needs and discuss how 3di can help.
If you think 3di might be able to help you by providing a more sustained service, find out about our outsourcing services.
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