What was the scope of their involvement?
I've done quite a few projects with P2H. We've worked on web development, newsletters, in-depth programming for calculators, and WordPress sites. Our largest project was a website with 40-50 pages in total, which was built over a six-month engagement. Generally, our in-house staff executes the design, we work with our client to get the proper scope, and then we send the project to P2H. After asking thorough questions to understand the requested work, they provide a final quote and give me a timeline, which is usually accurate.
My clients require newsletters to be completed within a day, and testing those products in several browsers is very time-consuming. The team always accomplishes this rapid turnaround, which I could barely manage in-house. I send them a PDF file, and they return a perfect product within a day. We're currently working on a WordPress website.
What is the team composition?
I've worked with quite a few of their different teams. Julia Petras [Developer, P2H] supports our newsletters and projects that involved HTML, and she does a great job. Another programmer worked on quite a few different WordPress implementations.
How did you come to work with P2H?
I initially hired P2H for a simple project. I'd heard good things about them and wanted to see what they could do. This project was completed on time, and the results were much better than what I could have accomplished internally. After a series of small projects, they blew me away with the results of our first major endeavor. I started using them all the time, for almost everything I do.
How much have you invested with them?
Our biggest project was a $15,000 website, and it was well worth the money and time. Our current five-day project costs $1,800. The typical engagement is between 5 and 10 days.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together over five years ago, and they complete about 20-30 projects per year for me.