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What type of certificate a company get from its client, after a successful completion of a project?

Posted By: ASPEvil     Posted Date: November 05, 2010    Points:2   Category :Others
Hello,

I am wanting to know that when a company does complete a software project for a client of that company, what the company gets from its client apart from the money? I mean, is there any certificate or something like that which can be used as a paper of proof that, that particular company has really made a software project for that particular client?

There might be something as the proof, so if any other client will want to see that proof later, right? Then, what is that? And what that is called? "Certificate of Appreciation" or "Award Certificate" or "Acknowledgment Letter" or what?

Please let me know.

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