Who can benefit from our White Label services?
Small businesses that can’t afford a full-time developer, companies that have variable amounts of work or who do not want to go through the hiring process or pay benefits. Start ups, and businesses that need a short-term helping hand can also benefit.
Nevis Technology is a small firm, and that has many benefits. Working directly with the developer / owner saves time and with less layers of communication between departments, there’s less chance of technical requests or issues getting lost in translation.
We are great with deadlines, will manage expectations, and provide detailed communication along the way. We can even input data into your time tracking system, along with sending detailed invoices at the end of the month of the work we did, separated by your clients and/or project.
We have experience in providing white label services for many clients. We have defined processes in-house to make our work more efficient and we can tie in to your processes and workflows to make your billing and future estimating easier.
Head over to our Partners page to see our clients who currently use our White Label service.
We are very adaptable to your processes and will enter time and notes in to your task management system and act as an “employee” in the eyes of your clients if you’d like to provide us with an email address.
Types of Services
- Quick, hourly services
- Have a small project or just need something done quickly? Pay for only the time used.
- When you need to follow a budget and work better with averages, a retainer is for you. Basically, your yearly budget is broken down into 12 installments and our services vary based on your needs. Want a retainer for 5 hours? In practice you may use 10 this month and 2 the next, that’s fine – it all evens out! Discussions about changing the agreement only happen if we’re consistently spending more time than the retainer is for.
- Blocked Time
- If you temporarily need assistance – if you’re starting a big project for example – we can block time to ensure availability.