When you create a Brief, you will notice that it contains selected information from the Job Bag which cannot be changed. This includes the Client, Product, Element, and others. You can perform actions such as print, email, copy, attach external documents, and create templates using the toolbar buttons.
|Go To||Click for quick access to the Job Bag.|
The Client for whom the job is created. This field will display both the Client name and code.
The name of the integrated campaign/project to which the job belongs.
The product or brand that the agency will be doing work to promote, advertise or sell.
The main Client Contact with whom the agency will communicate.
The employee (Account Executive) responsible for the job.
|What you are delivering e.g. Brochure or Leaflet.|
The medium, or type of work to be done e.g. Digital, Print Production etc. Categories allow for reporting against specific job types.
The date for presentation of the concept to client.
The client's budget for the job/campaign or the value of hours that have been budgeted for this job.
Defines how (and if) the job will be billed, which can influence work type rates. Examples may be In Scope, Out of Scope, House (non-billable), Pitch, Pro-bono, Project.
|This field will show the Client's Code selected on the job.|
The field used to describe the Brief.
|Date||The document creation date.|
The status of the Brief e.g. Draft or Final.
The number of items required e.g. 500 brochures. Most commonly applicable to print production jobs.
The size or duration of the element, e.g. A3 brochure, 30 sec commercial, etc...
Colours to be used on the element e.g. Full Colour, Black & White. Most commonly applicable to print production jobs.
The language(s) that the element will be printed or broadcasted in e.g. English, Zulu etc.
The date by which the work should be delivered. For example, directly to client, or to a media owner or printer.
The deadline by which the work must be completed.
The date on which the media is due to be published, flighted, or launched.
Allows selection of brief types for different specifications, which can be configured as custom fields.