A Newquay-based web development agency has launched a new succession planning tool, helping digital businesses across the south west prepare for the unexpected.
DWM’s digital succession planning service provides advice and strategic help for organisations who have a web development function in house.
The company, which is offering one to one support, is helping businesses to implement a plan in the case of unforeseen staff shortages or increased work load. This will help organisations reduce commercial risk as well as saving valued time and money.
DWM’s new offering helps clients implement a solution that will assure projects will continue regardless of disruptions, providing continuity in times of crisis.
The succession planning service will provide the support of an experienced DWM developer at short notice, providing trusted expertise at a fraction of the cost of recruiting on a whim.
The service can be a long or short term solution, providing flexibility and removing the stress from approaching deadlines if in-house resource is taken away from a project.
DWM director, Mark Grice, said: “We are delighted to be launching this new arm of DWM. This not only expands our service offering to our existing clients but also allows other businesses to take advantage of our huge pool of development expertise quickly and easily.”