No, I’m not referring to some of the Wimbledon temperaments I really am referring to the movie franchise.
I can’t help seeing the similarity between these movies and the way in which we make our purchasing and delivery decisions…
The Fast and the Furious started off as a ¼ mile drag race.
As far as I can tell the movie franchise has moved the plot on as far as some sort of Cyberterrorist Cipher which is a long way from drag racing and appears to me to be a long way from cars in general.
It’s possible that the movie franchise has gotten a little carried away, all be it entertaining (if you like that kind of thing) but what are you really getting for your money?
If you watch it at the cinema it’s the best part of £50 for two people to watch it, what else could you do with £50?
Could you set up a Netflix account at home and pay the standard fee of £96 per year and get a bag of popcorn from your favourite supermarket for a quid or two… we’re already talking way better value for money…
Or you could get the basic Netflix experience for around £50 per year and your bag of popcorn for a quid or two… even better value for money…
The point I’m making here is that it’s possible the days of going to the large, impersonal cinemas are probably a bit “over”… they cost.. a lot… for a product which is probably a little “overdone” when you could easily be getting your cinematic fix at home, giving you considerably more choice, far better seating, and at a fraction of the cost when you consider the range of options available to you.
Now then… have you ever considered the experience you’re having with existing delivery companies?
If you’re working with the big consulting firms then why?
You’ll be paying big money for an impersonal experience.
Why not look to a smaller more dynamic firm, who listen to your business needs and give you more choice.
A firm that then adopts your business needs to a reasonable budget.
And finally, as we have experienced so many times, the resource used by the larger firms is often freelance or contract, the same resource available to the smaller firms… just without the large price tag…
If you’re interested in a chat with a firm who will listen, not try and provide you with an “off the shelf package or solution”.
A firm invested in the best solutions for its client base then consider chatting with us…
What possible harm can it do to try it?