Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?
I don't have specific metrics, but I would definitely highlight Buildrr's responsiveness. I don't know what their current setup is, but it allows for a lot of autonomy on our part. We can update the site and fix things without coding experience.
Our website provides a general overview of the company, so it's not really participatory. We have gotten additional business from the site. Buildrr made it look attractive, fixed any issues, and got it launched. Getting all of our content into it was a real challenge.
People can find what they're looking for within the site. It's accessible and easy to follow, with numerous menus for services and events; we've gotten good feedback for it.
How did Buildrr perform from a project management standpoint?
I've been impressed with Buildrr's responsiveness to anything from questions about invoices to ones about issues with the site. We know that someone will be there to answer our messages.
What did you find most impressive about Buildrr?
Buildrr has been very transparent and reachable, which makes them stand out nowadays when everything is bought through the Internet, and there isn't someone to actually interact with. Even though we purchased a template from Buildrr and didn't actually use them for design, they've been available to us, answering any questions we had.
Are there any areas Buildrr could improve?
Even though we're using a template, Buildrr has been responsive to any changes we wanted to make. The price point was also fair, so it was a good investment for our company.
What tips or recommendations could you share that might increase the likelihood of success with Buildrr?
Clients should be straightforward about what they're looking for, and make sure that all the information is provided. They should make sure that they build a relationship with Buildrr's team, and get to know them.