Animated Video Production Companies Latest Unlimited Revision Policy.

The Explainer Video Company has launched an unlimited revision policy for all animated videos it produces. This allows clients to achieve complete satisfaction without regard to additional costs.

Santa Clara, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The Explainer Video Company has launched an unlimited revision policy for all animated video projects. Fees are now inclusive of all revisions regardless of the timeline or stage of the project. This development allows clients to attain maximum satisfaction and perfection of all videos that are produced by Explainer Video Company. The policy takes away possible inhibitions to a perfect product because of the fear of increased costs.

For more information see https://thevideoanimationcompany.com

The launch of unlimited revisions at every stage of development is designed to make the company’s clients completely happy. The expert animation teams can make an explainer video in any style. Whether its cartoon animation, character animation, animated whiteboard, motion graphics, or live-action, the professionals at The Explainer Video Company are prepared to deliver product in time and on budget.

The team decided to implement the unlimited revision regardless of the type of video. Those include animated explainer videos, educational animation, animated commercials, animated product videos, animated tutorials, branded videos, animated music video production, and interactive animated videos.

This video marketing and production company has done work for eBay, Fujitsu, HP, HSBC, Iron Mountain, Mercedez-Benz, The New York Times, Stanford University, UPS, United States Post Office, Bain & Company, Dell, KPISOFT, New York Public Library, Sony, Stanford University, Adidas, BP, Capgemini, and many others. They have worked in Education, Finance, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Logistics, Music, Products, Retail, Professional Services, Tech, Software, and Apps, and other major industries.

Alain Dione, a marketing director, and satisfied client states, “These guys really are very professional, they both listen and understand and go beyond the basic needs. We have used them for all our internal training videos and sales promotions. I give them a full five stars.”

In addition to the unlimited policy, the company now gives clients an exclusive email and phone access to an exclusively assigned dedicated project manager & creative director. They will oversee all revisions and fully support the client throughout the project ensuring regular personal updates throughout the project.

The launch of unlimited revisions is in keeping with the standards of excellence this premier explainer video production company is known for in the marketing industry.

For more information see the above URL.

Contact Info:
Name: Nicole Bianchi
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Explainer Video Company
Address: 4500 Carlyle Ct , Santa Clara, CA 95054, United States
Phone: +1-408-780-8693
Website: https://thevideoanimationcompany.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88977058

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