In an effort to reduce development time; and eliminate any potential concerns as to where and how labor resources were being expended; (and allowing for quicker "change order" approvals within each clients organization;) I developed a web based (HTML) reporting system. This process was implemented before most groups were familiar with SharePoint services. Or such services were typically restricted to intranet / internal access only. This type of site allowed any team member participating in the approval or development process to post and view all stages of the project.
Online review and approval website for 3D database development:
(One of these earliest sites is still active and accessible by clicking the thumbnail to the left.)
This system was very helpful, given the fact the clients core team officed 45 miles from our production office. We eliminated the need over the course of several months to conduct all but two face-to-face meetings. The client originally estimated 10 face-to-face meetings would be required. I reduced this expense in both time and money by a considerable amount.
All previous incremental deliveries for the client are accessible on the lower part of each site.
In addition to being able to view all previous version of the Database, the comments responsible for any changes made are available from each team member.
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This concludes my "Supplemental Information", I hope you found a good portion of it interesting and useful in your decision to invite me to become a part of your team. I look forward to working with you in the future...
An abbreviated 1 minute "Final Summary" of my Multimedia Addendum is also available for your viewing. (The entire Addendum only requires 8 minutes to view, and is a unique resume addition I created a over 3-1/2 years ago.)
Interactive Simulation I Produced for an HDTV Kiosk