PRLog - March 19, 2012 - NEW YORK -- Low-cost and free resources for small business owners and freelancers have exploded as more entrepreneurs build tools to solve problems they’ve experienced. Google products such as Docs and Analytics, are terrific examples of providing support to growing organizations, and there are many more applications that are just as useful to teams starting their own companies. The trick is to know which application fits what need, and how to implement them in a mobile-first world.
Design Shack, built from a team of consultants who have worked to implement agile methodologies across technical and marketing projects, has launched three packages to take advantage of these resources. The three packages are focused on simplicity and efficiency — just enough to get started and enough to get to the next level, without taking on an agency-sized budget.
“Our goal is two-fold: We help our clients get up and running quickly, and we help the developers of these new apps with critical feedback during the early steps of building their dream,” says Desi Gner, Chief Support Officer at Design Shack. “We’ve previously worked with some of today’s biggest enterprises, helping them move from legacy systems and practices to solutions that work in today’s hyper-competitive environment. We’re taking what we’ve learned in these environments and pushing them to smaller teams, helping them compete without needing enterprise-sized budgets and bureaucracy.”
Since it’s launch in January of this year, Design Shack has focused on market feedback and designing its infrastructure to ensure any request is quickly responded to using the same apps it has recommended to its clients.
“We’re not looking to compete with design shops and technology consultants,”
An example is Richard N. Gribble, Jr., a local artist in South Carolina.
“My customers come to me by word-of-mouth or through a self-created Facebook page, but what I was really missing was the idea of a roadmap - getting something down on paper where I can review my successes and challenges,”
Packages from Design Shack are available today. For more details, visit their website at: www.designshack.it.
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Design Shack, built from a team of consultants who have worked to implement agile methodologies across technical and marketing projects, is launching three packages focused on simplicity and efficiency — just enough to get started and enough to get to the next level, without taking on agency-sized fees.