Project analysis

Project analysis is the assessment of every expense related to a project, prior to the commencement of work on it and signing of a freelance service agreement with customer.
Project analysis is the process of determining the aspects of a project in project management. This analysis helps in identifying whether the project is executing as expected and uses the specified budget. By conducting a project analysis, the current or future problems that occur during the project can be identified. Project analysis lets you see the present problems and prepare for and avoid future problems. This ensures smooth project execution and timely project delivery.
Types of project analysis are: ongoing project risk analysis, project cost analysis, workload analysis, and process analysis.
Project analysis is critical for companies and project managers to make their projects more successful and sustainable. We, at Hello Digital Solutions manage and deliver your projects JUST-IN-TIME.


Freelance agreement

Freelance agreement is a legal document between a freelancer and a contractor that specifies all the conditions of employment for work performed by one or more individuals.
A freelance contract establishes working terms between a freelancer (contractor) and a person or company that requires their services. A clear freelance contract helps both sides understand what to expect from each other, so projects get sent in on time and payments are made promptly. This type of document is legally binding and ensures that everyone working on a given task is on the same page in terms of service guidelines.
Your written agreement protects your rights as an independent contractor and your client's rights as the hiring party. This could be important in all kinds of ways.


Project monitoring

Project monitoring is the process of supervising the project management life cycle and ensuring that activities are on the right track by comparing actual performance to the goals.
Project monitoring and evaluation is used to measure a project’s progress. It’s important because it lets you keep tabs on a project and identify potential problems. Project monitoring is the process of keeping a close eye on the entire project management life cycle and ensuring project activities are on the right track.
The success of a project depends on a clearly defined structure. Not having a plan would be like building a house without a blueprint — possible, but incredibly difficult with tons of room for error.
A project can be divided into five phases: initiating, planning, executing, closing, and monitoring and control.