Regardless of the obvious benefit in reducing the time and cost to get the project off the ground, let’s say that no matter what kind of resource you used the campaign went incredibly well and UberCake sold a whole lot of cakes, and now you want to start offering chatbots to all of your clients as part of their campaigns, how do you scale this new revenue stream?
Do you use the development agency?
Do you hire your own team?
- £100,000 minimum investment
Or, do you work with a distributed team?
- £88ph (Distributed standard rate)
You can see that stacked up against the other options. The key to efficient growth lies in using distributed teams.
If you’re ready to start working with a distributed team, or you just want to know more about them, please get in touch, I’m happy to jump on Skype to talk about the future of teams and how we’re helping shape it at Distributed.
If anyone has any comments/suggestions/additions please reply or tweet me @callumadamson
The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith
An incredibly captivating work of crime/suspense fiction. Tom Ripley is chosen by the wealthy Herbert Greenleaf to retrieve Greenleaf’s son, Dickie, from his overlong sojourn in Italy. Dickie, it seems, is held captive both by the Mediterranean climate and the attractions of his female companion, but Mr. Greenleaf needs him back in New York to help with the family business. With an allowance and a new purpose, Tom leaves behind his dismal city apartment to bring Dickie back.
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