Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?
We wouldn’t have been able to have a presence on the web or even a name without V2Works. We don’t’ generate business through the website; we use it more as a pamphlet or placeholder online. Dealing with airlines and aircraft manufacturers is done on a face-to-face basis, but we still wanted to put all of our information out there, and make it attractive, something that people would want to come to. We were mainly focused on people who wanted to know more about it, possible investors and so on. We didn’t perform any particular market testing, but, once we launched, we had an initial PR effort, and all the responses which came back were positive or extremely positive regarding the website and its design.
We are over-the-top happy with the final product, in terms of name, logo, colors and website. I was expecting much less and would have been happy with a lesser result. This is why we’re still using V2Works for add-ons, whether they are print ads or logo placements.
How did V2Works perform from a project management standpoint?
When we initially hired V2Works, we were on a very tight timeframe. They ran the whole project on my behalf, providing a budget and timeframe, which were stuck to. The people who were assigned to our project provided daily updates as to where they were and what they needed. The back and forth was excellent in this regard. As a customer, I appreciated knowing what the status of our project was. I have nothing to complain about, and I wouldn’t have changed anything.
What did you find most impressive about V2Works?
From our initial meeting with V2Works’ owner, Troy Turner, I could tell by his viewpoints and energy that he had a sincere love for this area and took it very seriously. He’s produced a book on branding. I had a high level of confidence in his team’s ability to perform what we needed to do.
Are there any areas V2Works could improve?
Based on the projects we’ve done so far, no. I’ve been extremely happy, and the work was provided on time and on budget. V2Works shared what was going on very well.
What tips or recommendations could you share that might increase the likelihood of success with V2Works?
I would advise clients to trust V2Works. I like to maintain control on the projects I’m working on, and I’m quite often let down by other groups we have to hire. This project has probably been one of the best relationships I’ve had with an outside vendor in terms of proactivity. It’s always difficult choosing a third-party, but I think that clients can place trust in V2Works. They are very creative people who will work hard and look out for clients’ best interests.