Turnkey projects are the speciality of db@net. db@net has always been looking to take responsibility and provide complete deliverables according to their original definitions.
So why are turnkey projects are so heaviliy "under fire"?
Why do suppliers "always" deliver late if at all, don't deliver what was expected and end up asking for more money in the end?
There is one magic formula that copes with the above mentioned phenomenon:
- Leveling expectations in the beginning
- Agreeing on mutual responsibility
db@net has plenty of years of experience in bringing development projects to mutual success. We think that in a world where everyone should focus on what he is good in, turnkey projects are the best response to IT needs.