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Scrum’s history can be traced back to a 1986 Harvard Business Review article, “The New New Product Development Game”. The article narrates how companies such as Honda, Canon, and Fuji-Xerox produced world-class results using a scalable, team-based approach to all-at-once product development. It shows the importance of empowered, self-organizing teams and outlines management’s role in the development process. Download it here

Website Project Enquiry

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I am happy to speak for myself and the team – We really love working on websites and various digital projects. There is something very fulfilling about working as part of a team to bring a vision to life.

At ARC,  we give my all to website projects. With that said, they take a lot of energy and expertise to get right, so we only work with select clients on projects that excite us and that we think have a real chance at success.

If you have a project and need some advise, your first point of contact may be me, Anthony Ricketts ( your marketer and project manager). If you’d like to talk to me about working together on your project, there are a few things I need to know first.

Firstly, we must be connected on LinkedIn. If we’re not connected on LinkedIn, ask one of my common connections for an introduction.

If we are connected on LinkedIn, then tell me a little about your project here and if we’re a good fit for each other and I honestly believe I can help you I’ll get in touch to discuss next steps.

I look forward to learning more about your project.

  Anthony Ricketts, Team ARC

  • Purpose

    This is your opportunity to tell us why you need a website and what the website should achieve. The more information you give us here, the better the solution we will be able to provide. Ignore any questions that are not relevant.
  • Business Snapshot

  • What Are We Doing?

  • Give us your main reasons for needing a new website.

    It's helpful to set SMART goals as it keeps all of us on the same page and moving in the same direction. IE: Goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound.

    With this in mind, what are the top 5 business needs of your new website?

    EG: 20% increase in sales in 6 months, 30% increase in membership this year, reduce admin costs by 15% in 3 months
  • Who Are We Doing This For?

  • EG: research product information, get contact details, ask questions about services, pricing
  • Design Concept

  • What Does Success Look Like?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.