What is the timeline of a project?

Modified on Thu, 11 Jan 2024 at 04:26 PM

Projects are usually a set of tasks put together and may require multiple writers to work on simultaneously to ensure the timely completion of the project. Each order is categorized as a project given it has a minimum of 4 to 5 tasks. 


Lifecycle of a Project

Customer Order

The entire process starts when a customer visits our platform and places an order which is picked up by the project management team and a project manager is assigned. 


Writers Selection

Based on the project requirements writers are then shortlisted and each writer is allocated a set of tasks based on the skillset and project requirements. Each writer may get one or more sets of tasks to be completed and a delivery date is set for writers. 


Delivery Date

Based on the number of tasks in a particular project and the availability of the writers, an end date is finalized, and a delivery date is shared with the customer.


Order Revision

Upon completion of the project, the project is shared with the customer for the content to be reviewed and customers can request content revision if needed. Based on the order and number of tasks in the project, the customer is given a few days to review the content and advise on specifics of the corrections needed. 


Project Payments

Payments for each project are rolled out on Saturday after the project completion is approved from the customer's end and payments are delivered to us. In case there are any delays from the customers' end, Wittypen ensures that writers are compensated by paying a part of their due payments for their work. 


To put things in perspective, below is an example of project timeline:

  • Customer places an order on the website which could be for a task or a project.
  • A task must be delivered to the customer within 5 working days during which the content goes through the following stages:
    • Content is allotted to writers to write the content. 
    • The writer gets 48 hours to complete the allotted task. 
    • The content is then reviewed and passed on to the editor.
    • Editors are expected to edit the content post which is reviewed and presented to the customer.
  • Customers are expected to review the content and advise if any corrections are needed. 
  • Customer can ask for content revision for a maximum of two revisions. 
  • Upon approval by the customer, the payments of everyone associated with the task are rolled out on successive Saturdays. 

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