Our terms of business are designed to allow you, the
client, and NixonBrooke, to develop an absolutely clear
picture of the project before any financial commitment
Our in-project cost reporting system provides a weekly
snapshot of costs and progress, to enable you to stay
in control throughout.
At the outset, a client may know there is a problem
but not be able to define it precisely - even less to
describe its solution; at this stage, neither can we.
Therefore, we expect to spend time with you, discussing
your issues, before we can formulate an approach to
the solution. We will then write a proposal covering
terms of reference, approach, deliverables, timescales
and costs. Only when both parties are satisfied with
this document and have signed it, does a financial commitment
exist. Our costs in preparing the proposal document
are not re-charged to you.
Normally, our first product is a Project Definition
Document. It is more detailed than the proposal and
we use this document in our weekly reporting process
to give progress-to-date and forecast-to-completion.
We usually invoice on a targeted time & materials
basis, but can take on fixed price or shared risk &
reward, depending on the nature of the work.
Our aim is to put you, our client, firmly in the driving
seat of our projects; in full knowledge of what has
happened and is planned to happen. In short, there are