In tandem with the mighty checklist, we find that a little information can go a long way. And any knowledge that helps a job run along nicely, or shares any foresight to potential issues is super valuable to us as a supplier.
With this in mind, we’ve put together a distilled list to help you understand the process of a job. One which helps us gather the information we need to run a job coherently, efficiently and correctly. By no means is this everything we may need, but it’s a set of pointers and a mental checklist to remember when working on a job. We thought it would be useful for you also, it gives you a little insight into what we need to know; what we may ask you; and what you might need to be involved with, or be asked to help out with, as a job goes on its journey from brief to installation.
General items to cover for a job are:
Of course, this is a distilled catch-all including items we may need to be aware of. For example, we might be delivering your graphics to multiple destinations rather than installing at one location. But the proof is in the planning, and if we have a mental checklist at the time of the briefing, we can pull out the items from the list relevant to a particular job.
If you have any questions about our methods and would like to know any further information just let us know ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, how about sending us a job to put the checklist to the test. And remember, any info you can give us at the start goes a long way to make a job a successful one.