Dan understood what I needed before I did! He talked me through everything and ensured that I had all the info I needed to make informed decisions in terms of functionality/cost etc. I came to him not knowing what I really wanted or how to go about bringing my website to life but Dan's clear and structured guidance made the process really easy. He was very patient when I didn't understand some of the more techy aspects or when I took a while to come back to him on decisions, and I knew exactly what he needed from me at every point.
Dan gave me some excellent advice on tools that would make my life easier and be beneficial longer term to my business, whilst making sure that the site could be easily adjusted and further developed as my business grows or diversifies.
I'd highly recommend Dan to anyone, he truly knows his stuff but is able to communicate it in a way that anyone can understand.
Having seen some of Dan's impressive work with automatically creating PDFs, it gave me the idea to talk to him about our recruitment statistics. We use the TeamTailor an applicant tracking system to manage recruitment campaigns for our clients.
We can have anywhere between 5 to 20 campaigns running per month, it's very easy for us to be busy.
Embarrassingly, we used to send out a weekly report to our clients summarising the statistics on the progress of their job advert. The report was loved by our clients, but it had been too long since we'd done it. And the reports took a while to do manually.
We found that it gave clients a feel for the progress that was happening behind the scenes, demonstrating the quantity of work we did for each recruitment campaign.
Having a discussion with Dan, he identified that we could use the data from TeamTailor and fully automate sending the weekly recruitment statistics as a PDF report to our clients. We really liked that Dan explain things so that we completely understood how it would work.
We love what Dan and the team have created for us. This report is one of those things that really needs to happen. And now it does. We wish we had done it a long time ago, but just didn’t realise firstly that this was something we could automate and secondly that it wasn’t a significant cost to action.