What was the scope of their involvement?
The team built the website portal after completing brainstorming sessions with our office. It’s difficult to explain the details involved because they were massive, complex and particular. In short, they developed the portal to process data from all applicable cases while our device was still pending FDA approval.
They also provided us with resources and support as we coordinated with different stakeholders in our organization and associates across the 50 sites. Currently, they use the portal to generate medical reports whenever a doctor we work with requests one.
What is the team dynamic?
Ryan took the lead on the project as our main point of contact. He had a three-person-team that supported him. The team presented to different stakeholders including clinical groups, marketing teams and corporate officers using accessible language.
How did you come to work with Websuasion?
They had previously worked on the website for my children’s nonprofit organization. I complimented Ryan on his performance and asked him if he and his team were the right people for the project I needed. He said they were and we got started.
How much have you invested with them?
We have spent approximately $70,000. The initial budget stood at $40,000 - $50,000, however we added components to the project as it progressed. We found the total cost very reasonable for what we received.
What is the status of this engagement?
The project started in April 2016 with an August 1 deadline. They delivered the portal on deadline, but it continues to be a work in progress. We still do improvements.