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selva suresh
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Hi Guys,
I have joined a newly opened company as a team lead. here my job is to get the clients for my new company. so how shall i approach the clients and do the documentation work(Project agreement ) and get the sign from the client. is any one have any sample or dummy documentation . Please help me guys the other guys are freshers so i have to do all the things please help me .

Thanks & Regards
Suresh
 
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I don't see anything about XML there. Let's move it somewhere more suitable...
 
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selva suresh wrote:Hi Guys,
I have joined a newly opened company as a team lead. here my job is to get the clients for my new company. so how shall i approach the clients and do the documentation work(Project agreement ) and get the sign from the client. is any one have any sample or dummy documentation . Please help me guys the other guys are freshers so i have to do all the things please help me .

Thanks & Regards
Suresh


What is this...people have been asking for sample code and I'm seeing now the very first post asking for sample documentation....

What kind of documentation do you really want? Can you elaborate a bit more?
 
ankur rathi
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selva suresh wrote:Hi Guys,
I have joined a newly opened company as a team lead. here my job is to get the clients for my new company. so how shall i approach the clients and do the documentation work(Project agreement ) and get the sign from the client. is any one have any sample or dummy documentation . Please help me guys the other guys are freshers so i have to do all the things please help me .

Thanks & Regards
Suresh


It typically happens like an auction.
A customer feels they need an application & it make sense to outsource it, then they create a document (called proposal) which typically contains some details of what they need, details of old application if any, some ideal NFRs, platform details (if decided already) etc and open it for bidding likely with some criterion for companies (vendors) who are going bid (like CMMi5, bank guarantee etc).

Many software firms bid for it.

Customer selects a few (3-4 for example).

After this, software companies (vendors) are given some time to submit a document or group of documents which is known as RFP (response for proposal) which typically describes how they are planning to do this application, resource details, logistics details, architecture details etc.

Customer selects one and project is awarded to that vendor.

If it's same process at your end, which stage you are in? Submitting RFP? Bidding?
 
selva suresh
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Hi ankur rathi,
what you said is write.Before that i have to thank you for your mail ,thanks ankur .we have to send our proposal documentation to the clients stating the needed things regarding the project (like duration , requirements , amount and the UI Design , resource for the project ) and i am at the starting stage of sending the proposal.

Thanks & Regards
Suresh
 
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selva suresh wrote:Hi ankur rathi,
what you said is write.Before that i have to thank you for your mail ,thanks ankur .we have to send our proposal documentation to the clients stating the needed things regarding the project (like duration , requirements , amount and the UI Design , resource for the project ) and i am at the starting stage of sending the proposal.

Thanks & Regards
Suresh


You're welcome.
What I can suggest you is, google for RFP templates (and similar phrases) and you'll get some idea on what all to put in, where & how...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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