New Intervals Case Studies: Profiles of Our Customers

| January 4th, 2013 | , , ,

Web design, graphic design, and creative agencies all over the world are using Intervals to improve their time, task and project management workflow, and increase their profitability. We recently interviewed a few of these customers to learn more about what makes them successful as an agency and how Intervals played a role.

So without further ado, here are each of the agencies we interviewed:

Imbue Creative

Imbue Creative
The go-to agency in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, replacing whiteboards, notebooks and sticky notes with web-based project management software.
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Hök Nik

Hök Nik
An enigmatic digital agency in Edmonton Alberta, Canada refining internal workflows by tracking the unbillable alongside the billable.
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Merge

Merge
A digital strategy agency in South Carolina leveraging web-based project management to achieve big results.
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Media Contour

Media Contour
A Los Angeles based web design agency involving clients in the day-to-day workflow to make smarter, faster decisions.
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