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After completion of your web project and training in CMS, you will receive half an hour of free support time for your new website every month for the next 6 months. In practice, it has been shown to me that mostly only in the direct use of the new software by the customer, the important questions for him become present. With the free support time I would like to create the possibility to work on these questions together fast and uncomplicatedly without incurring further costs.
For technical support, version updates and enhancement work you still need an individual maintenance or service contract. These services are excluded from the free support time. It is not possible to add up the free support time for a training course.
My support plans & maintenance contracts
A statement about how long the development of your website will take without knowing the requirements and the scope in detail is absolutely not helpful. The development of a professional website is always a very individual product tailored to your goals. For example, a small website can be completed after just a few days. For an average website for an SME company, calculate with a realistic value of about 2 to 4 months from the first idea to the launch.
In order for me to start with your website as soon as possible, I will of course need a working basis from you in the form of your existing media, content and planning status. In general, you need to provide all the information and media elements that will be integrated on the new website.
These are in particular:
A good website lives on its up-to-dateness and so it is of course possible for you to easily maintain your new website yourself and add new content. That's why I always use user-friendly content management systems such as TYPO3, Neos or WordPress for my customer projects.
After completion of the project, you will receive the access data from me and, if required, individual training in the system of your web presence. You can find more information in the Content Management section.