Project saved: twago freelancer takes over problem project

Filed by team twago on July 21, 2014
Incomplete project from another site steered back on course by twago freelancer

Incomplete project from another site steered back on course by twago freelancer

Recently, the project ‘PHP-Programming – fatfree + bootstrap + MySQL’ was posted on twago, with the description;

“I wrote out my project description on [another site] and a programmer from the USA offered their services. Originally they said, “everything will be completed in 2 weeks”.. 7 months later, and it was still not finished.”

Project work can be a challenge, especially when it is dealt with between different borders, cultures and language barriers. Punctuality, feature agreements, methods of payments – these can all be handled very differently and obscure the definition of “finished”. This is an on-going battle.

On twago, the client found a very capable freelancer. The project is now finished. 

Our staff at twago settle project controversies, that is part of our service. Due to the fact that we offer our platform in 5 different languages, we can guarantee that clients will find service-providers from their own and surrounding region. Of course the client can always choose to hire from another part of the world, as well. The twago-client for this particular project brought this intriguing statement to us;

“For these reasons, I am now trying my luck here (at twago). In my eyes, the programmer had finished about 80% of the project, but the last few steps (integration of various payment providers) they could not finish. The code is pretty thrown together and redundant, not for someone without some experience. Overall, I am looking for a capable individual/agency from Europe to find and weed out the bugs, and is willing to familiarize/understand the code in a whole to optimize it and just finish.”

On twago, the client found a very capable freelancer. The project is now finished and Nils Fett (Agency) gained a twago score of 5, as well as, an appealing reference – ‘Highly recommended’

Congratulations to all, for a job well done! Especially to “Project Hero” Nils Fett.

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