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Statements from your clients with details of the work performed and dates. These stat

Hi,
I am preparing my docs for ACS. I have more than 9 years of experience in software development. For last 6 months, i have been running my own software company in partnership. My role in company is Director software development.

One of the requirement to show my experience in partnership is to provide
"Statements from your clients with details of the work performed and dates. These statements should cover the entirety of the experience claimed. "

Can someone elaborate that what level of details are required from clients on the work performed? or can you please share some template?

Should it be specifically the task break down with granular details of project/product, milestones or deliverable deadlines?
(I doubt any client will provide this level of detail on letter head)

OR

It should be general statement with type of software project responsibilities like requirement gathering, technical specification, design, development (coding) , maintenance and debugging etc.

Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.
Regards,
Ali


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They want the customer to tell them what you did and when you did it.

The more detail the better as it will support your claim.

If the letter says "Monday - he came and did some IT stuff" it won't support your claim.


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They want the customer to tell them what you did and when you did it.

The more detail the better as it will support your claim.

If the letter says "Monday - he came and did some IT stuff" it won't support your claim.


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