Hi, we're thrilled you're interested in working with us! The best way to get started is to complete the following questionnaire.

This provides us a better understanding of your needs and project goals to ensure we're the right fit in helping bring your idea to life.
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What is your name? *

Hi {{answer_23717836}}, nice to meet you. What's the best email address to contact you at?* *

And a good phone number? *

If you don't mind, what company do you work for? *

Great, thank you! So, what may we help you with? *

Tell us a little about the project. *

What are you looking to do? What problems are you trying to solve?
What are the goals *

Please list both long and short term goals. How do you plan to measure these?
Who is it being created for? *

Who is your target user (internal, external, age, gender, etc..)? Please provide as many demographics as you have.
If applicable, can you tell us what technology / technology stack we need to work within?

If one exists, can you provide us the URL of the current website or application?

If it's an internal, or brand new solution, you can leave this question blank.
What part of the project are you looking for us to handle? *

While we enjoy taking a project from concept to completion, in some cases we only cover bits-n-pieces of a project, collaborating with internal and/or third party teams (we pride ourselves on playing nicely with others).

When are you looking to launch *

We know that sooner is always better, but it takes time to develop a quality product. We just want to make sure we've got the time in our project schedule.

Is there anything specific driving your desired launch date?

Trade show, board meeting, sports season, etc...
What is your budget range (in $USD) for this project? *

Let's be honest, every project has a budget, and it's very helpful to know what you have to work with so we can work within your expectations
Is there anything else we should know about the project?

The more information you can provide the better.
Have you, or are you planning on, issuing an RFP? *

We don't enjoy saying no, and hate making blanket statements, but it's rare that we see an RFP that provides the information to accurately quote a project. Thus overly restrictive RFPs that discourage communication will likely not be considered.
Last question. If you don't mind, how did you hear about Tintash?

We appreciate you considering Tintash for your project!

Thank you {{answer_23717836}}. Someone from our team will review this information and get back to you as quickly as possible. 

If you need anything else, or have anything you'd like to add, send an email to AllEars@tintash.com

We look forward to talking with you soon!

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