QBProfessor

I had downloaded a mambo template and created a website with the help of my ISP. After 6 months, I realized I needed someone very competent to capture the complexity of what I do, and convey it well. Cost effectively.

Zahir rose to the challenge, and took on the assignment of designing my look and feel. He designed my logo, which proved a fascinating study in his creative process.

We would pick a direction, and he would produce half a dozen variations. We would then sit back and critique it (he was merciless) and often start afresh. He finally came up with a logo that captures the essence of what I do.

We then built a website using a variety of tools and relentless innovation. I now have 6 different templates on my website that takes people's breath away.

He is responsive and a perfectionist. He commits to deadlines with great thought, and then actually meets them. He spends a lot of time getting to understand the context, and once he gets it, you know he's going to come back with something that even you did not expect. He surprises me constantly - he made my brochure, a graphic that captures the essence of what I do, a banner that stood out at a convention. He surprised me everytime. I recommend him without reservation.

Hart Singh
QBProfessor

ABOUT QBPROFESSOR

Hart Singh is QuickBooks Professor. An MIT-educated QuickBooks ProAdvisor, he focuses on harnessing technology to improve productivity and profits. The anchor is QuickBooks, the accounting software used by more than 90% of all small and medium enterprises in USA. Hart Singh is a QuickBooks beta tester, and "bolts on" industry-specific software that addresses the unique needs of firms. One example is Fishbowl Inventory Software, which helps inventory-intensive firms. Another is Point of Sale, which helps retailers manage inventory and customers.
Mr. Singh is a University Professor, and member of the Intuit Speakers Bureau. He is featured at major Intuit events.

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