0
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2answers
135 views

Who should provide the Requirement doc / SRS? [duplicate]

I am creating a Mobile application (CRM) for another software company. They told me they need these these stuff from here and there, within 15-30 minutes. But they never provided a detailed client ...
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3answers
283 views

How to educate business managers on the complexity of adding new features? [duplicate]

We maintain a web application for a client who demands that new features be added at a breakneck pace. We've done our best to keep up with their demands, and as a result the code base has grown ...
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0answers
47 views

Buggy System Management [duplicate]

Recently I acquired support for an existing live system. The system is so BUGGY and every single change would break something else. I am struggling to manage my time/effort between adding new ...
3
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1answer
211 views

Should your client be able to view your project management board?

We're making a bespoke software for our client and use Codebase for our project management. Is it a good idea to let our client view our project management board? The advantages that we thought of ...
8
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2answers
598 views

How do I handle projects in which my project manager is the same as the client?

I am a freelance worker taking on a new project with a company I'm already familiar with. My boss (the company owner) previously gave me a website project to work at while he also assigns a project ...
10
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9answers
827 views

When a client asks for Proof Of Concept and expects finished product

We have a client with whom we have a relationship of delivering proofs of concepts only. But when it comes the time to demo they expect an early version of what would be the solution. They want ...
13
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7answers
879 views

What to do when your “failing” project is actually “successful”?

What would you do if you were in a situation where the project you are working on is obviously built poorly and will have failures in the future and be a nightmare to maintain...but it is considered a ...
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4answers
568 views

Open Source Client-Based Project Management?

For quite some time I've been searching for a web-based, open-source project management program that I can run on my rented space at Dreamhost to track client projects. dotProject seems nice, but I've ...
9
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4answers
541 views

How much should my project manager know? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should a manager (or CEO) in an IT company have an IT background to perform in the organization? My project manager at the company I work at, has no technical knowledge ...
3
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3answers
141 views

Can/should one record unstructured suggestions and feedback in an issue tracker?

I'd like to advocate the use of issue-tracking software within an organisation that currently does not use it. But there's one aspect of their situation for which I'm unsure of what to suggest: their ...
14
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4answers
514 views

What to legitimately charge clients for

I'm not talking about fixed price jobs, they're fairly straightforward. But i'm on about an hourly rate project, my question specifically relates to what to charge for. If i have an IE/CSS issue that ...
2
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3answers
138 views

Do we need to adopt a black-box asset our project is inheriting from its predecessor?

Our client has an eCommerce site which was developed by an in-house team, and is now showing its age. I work for a firm brought in as external contractors to build a replacement. Part of the current ...
4
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2answers
1k views

Knowledge Transfer without a Plan

We are doing work for a particular client managing their CRM implementation. (The CRM itself is a product which has been largely customized to suit my client's needs). Now, they want us to manage the ...
11
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7answers
805 views

How to handle demanding clients?

Frequently, I have been finding myself overloaded with contracts. Most of the time, I find myself juggling with at least 2 projects, in addition to the numerous websites I have to upkeep and perform ...