wE-manage ([url removed, login to view]) is a new, free, totally hosted and customizable teamwork / project management / wiki-enterprise software. We first need imaginative users to start the community: register for creating entities with users, publish good documents to our public database, and post interesting comments on the Forum. The purpose is to generate interest and create showcases for future users. To this end, we shall select 3 bidders: each at a fee of US$ 70, to do the following: see Deliverables section. You can adopt whatever style you feel comfortable with: casual, formal or technical. It is important that everything looks realistic, so you must use various user names for your documents and comments, and spread the documents over a period of 15 days (not everything in one or 2 days please). This bid does not require specific IT skills, but imagination and some knowledge of the field represented by your entity. To qualify, you must submit a one page summary of the purpose of your suggested 2 entities. Any other bid showing nothing or only the bidder profile, will be discarded. I have the budget so select up to 3 bidders. From the 3 bidders, I plan to retain one on a monthly recurring contract to continue this job. Good luck to all
1) Review our website [url removed, login to view], and the included Guided Tours, to have a first understanding of the software; that should not take more than 20 minutes. 2) Create 2 entities, each with 8 users; select a purpose or activity for each entity, for instance IT consultancy, marketing consultancy, IT repair or helpdesk, restaurant, students homework, or whatever other purpose according to your knowledge and interest. 3) Promote your entity by creating a realistic Profile documents where you can present yourself ??" either fictitious or real. 4) Within each entity, complete 5 documents over a period of 15 days, which represents good practices within the industry; the documents must include some comments; publish these documents. 5) Submit on the Help Forum at least 10 comments, indicating what is difficult to understand, does not work, or some recommendations.