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There are basic deliverables that are always present in the output from this service. This foundation can be seen below:
Additional deliverables may be added to the output, based on the findings of the specific analysis.
SIL's SCARE Collateral service is designed to examine the words used by an organization to promote its sales. The report provides feedback on the understandability and translatability of the prose within a document with a maximum of 8,000 words. Items such as pamphlets, brochures, etc. are reviewed by this service.
SIL's reports include SCARE and characterization matrices which evaluate the verbiage against the viewer focus and buying habits data. The resulting analysis helps to tune the sales material effectively to the desired audience.
|Size Range||2-10 pages|
|Level of Detail||Submission specific|
|Timing and Schedule|
|Client Time Contribution||Minimum|
|Project Length||1 week|
|Contract Form||Fixed bid|
|Payment Schedule||Upon submission|
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