Please describe the scope of their involvement in greater detail.
OTAKOYI initially created the design of our page, which was followed by the deployment of our content management system, and the site itself. During the project execution, OTAKOYI delivered the changes requested by us. They were always responsible for the two parts of the project, design, and implementation. At the end of 2016, we also engaged OTAKOYI for the deployment of our mobile-responsive web page.
Our website is a tourist/history page which offers information about castles. The information is meant to be delivered in the user's local language. At this time, we offer content in Ukrainian, Russian, Slovenian, Japanese and English. The site offers pictures and descriptions of castles, virtual presentations, and drone videos.
Our CMS was developed and deployed by OTAKOYI. We were thinking of selecting an off-the-shelf product, but we decided that the design and future evolution of our page would require some custom adaptations. We decided to use their own CMS. OTAKOYI is customizing it for our needs.
OTAKOYI has also provided translation services, but more as a niche activity.
How did you come to work with OTAKOYI?
I was researching the Polish market, looking for a good organization. I came upon some advertisements for OTAKOYI through Google and tried to benchmark their solution and prices against those of the Polish market. At that moment in time, OTAKOYI's offer was very attractive, so I decided to work with them.
Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?
The cost of OTAKOYI's work has been up to $20,000 so far.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working with OTAKOYI around March 2014.
We plan to continue working with OTAKOYI for the next months, in order to make small changes to the system, and gradually enhance the functionality and look-and-feel of the site and its CMS.