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I am an IT Consultant from last 7 years. I have build a team called prTechnologies which is a one stop IT solution hub whose motto is to create the finest software/websites for its clients. Clients, who have providence & dreams but don’t have the development knowledge to make those imaginations existent. Here, at prTechnologies we eliminate the “Maybe”, necessitate the “Definitely” & craft the Vision till Perfection. Whenever some project is been taken by us, it doesn’t remain just yours, it becomes OUR. The client always get updates about every inch modifications that takes place, we take client’s every necessity and need about the project very seriously. A happy Face of our clients brings a smile to our faces. At here in prTechnologies, we respect Your Decision.
Paihia, New Zealand
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I always eager to Deliver robust Web Projects and with minimum cost and maximum output in minimum time-frame. I am doing programming since i was in college. I love php because it can do so much, still being light weight and fun to write codes with. One Promise: If I bid on your project, I am serious about it. If I win the bidding, you won't be disappointed. Having worked in many professional settings, it has become a top priority to provide a service I would like to be given myself. In other words, the golden rule dictates what I do in my design services. As a free lancer, I have a few things I do to make sure my service is appreciated. 1) I try to bid on a project only if I can do it. That is, instead of bidding on a $2000 project I won't finish, I would rather take a small $150 one that I will complete within the delivery time. 2) As a web developer, I love Wordpress as a CMS and Cakephp as framework particularly because it has become my CMS and framework of choice over the past two years for several reasons. 3) After I bid on a project, I usually get to work right away. This doesn't mean it is the only thing I do, but I try to deliver as soon as I possibly can for obvious reasons. 4) At the end of the project, once the funds have been released, I send out an invoice. This is to acknowledge the job has been completed successfully and that payment has been received. 5) I like to keep in contact with those I worked for and exchange ideas. In the world of freelancing like any other business, networking is important. I am usually flexible with what I do. However, I like working with people who really know what they expect me to do for them, but hey... anything is possible in freelancing!