TechSys Communications is a local web hosting and web services company. We offer web site design & development, web / database application design & development, web hosting, email hosting, web mail, domain registration services, co-location, managed co-location, hardware support, Windows support and corporate hardware / software sales.
It is our objective to provide complete web and Internet related services. Many of the services are 'skills' related and a broad range of people with these skills are required to fulfill our customers requirements.
Some skills that are needed include; project management, ASP & SQL Server, web site design and development, graphic development, Flash / Swish & copywriters.
Other Web based components may be supplied by 'third party' companies where TechSys has built partner relations. These services and components include corporate email spam/virus filtering, shopping cart systems, Internet backup services and search engine / marketing specialists.
TechSys will focus on marketing, sales, facilitating the development process, customer satisfaction and accounting related issues. To provide this, TechSys will participate in all forms of revenue generation.
TechSys will also provide the use of our content management system and WebAppz suite of web components to project managers as required. These add value to our hosting services and to the overall value of the web site implementation.
There will be a project manager for each opportunity. It is your decision whether you wish to be a project manager, a subcontractor working with a project manager or doing both.
Associates will not be obligated to any level of commitment and will have the right to refuse any work offered. But once engaged (signed deliverables document), as a project manager or subcontractor for a particular opportunity, the ‘agreed to’ deliverables must be supplied.
I will shortly have an online profile that you will be able to maintain at any time. Some of the profile information will be used by the TechSys web system to show skill sets, accomplishments and portfolios. Until then, I will request this information via email.
There are three components to the revenue sharing of services and products.
1. Quoted projects.
The project manager has complete responsibility for the all aspects of the project including the initial quote, obtaining subcontractor quotes, all the deliverables and customer satisfaction.
The project manager will be responsible for establishing the development costs (TechSys fees, your own technical effort, subcontracts, web apps, third party services) plus his/her project management fees.
TechSys fees will be 25% of the quoted amount.
2. Hourly billing.
There are times when a customer simply needs work done to an existing site. This could be content maintenance, design revisions, added functionality and other WebAppz. The original project manager (if applicable), receives the first right of refusal on continuing to provide the project management.
TechSys will receive 50% of billable revenue from the project manager and 25% from any subcontractor. The Project manager will receive 50% of his/her own effort plus 25% of billable revenue from the sub contractors. The subcontractors will receive 50% of their billable revenue.
If the project manager does the entire task his/her self, than the project manager will retain 50% of the whole project revenue.
3. WebAppz or other 3rd party products.
For WebAppz, there is a setup fee for each web application. The project Manager receives 50% of the setup fee. The CMS (dynamic web site) and HTML newsletter both require a header banner. This header banner is the responsibility of the project manager but it is the customer's responsibility to provide a quality logo to include in this header.
Any additions (e.g. logo designs, copy writing, creating or adding content to the WebAppz) is an additional cost to the customer and will fall under the hourly billing revenue component. It will be the responsibility of TechSys to setup all WebAppz.
For other third party offerings, the project manager will receive 50% of the profit for up to one year (if subscription based) of the product purchase. Any additions (e.g. setup, adding content, training or support to these third party offerings) is an additional cost to the customer and will fall under the hourly billing revenue component.