Bunch of Nerds passionate about Technology and How Technology can enrich our lives in Business or in Leisure. Simplicity, Innovation, Quality and be Different from the rest is our Constitution and way of Life.

Since 1998



  • Workflow Automation

  • Concept & Design

  • Fabrication & Application

  • Project Management


Workflow Automation


eWorks Initiative started in 1998 when most of businesses including ours were in its infancy, yet certain fundamentals remain the same, though technology rapidly and dramatically evolved.


We knew from the beginning no matter what business you are in the foundations of your business flows around;


  • Customers, Suppliers and Prospects

  • Product or Services

  • Finance

  • Human Resources &

  • Tasks

  • Learn & Share


Business is Work and Work is Time. We have limited Time to achieve our business and personal goals, therefore managing Time is the biggest Challenge we face today.


eWorks take care of your End-to-End Workflow in a Single File System. Therefore, anything you do is available in the System and is never out of the System in an environment of;


  • Work from Anywhere

  • Connect

  • Collaborate

  • Engage

  • Integrate

  • Share


The eWorks engine is Claris FileMaker – a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple Computer Inc. – The Power behind Simplicity


Concept & Design


Concept is the birth place of anything today. Our dedicated teams of visualizers pass through a painstaking process of creating a unique Concept. In order to achieve this, we invest considerable amount of time to understand the nature of business of our clients, how they are branded, what their requirements are and what are their expectations.


Branding aspect of eWorks Global is a key area of difference from our Competitors. We believe that any design element is a reflection of overall branding strategy of the Business. The Design should enhance the brand image of the company.


Once the Concept is presented and approved then we provide several Design Services that give a very clear and transparent understanding to our clients as to how the entire processes of Fabrication and Application will be carried out. Such Design services include, Material Sample Board, Virtual Walk through, Rendering and Animation.


eWorks Global approach on Designing is of leading standards in the market today. It strives to give aesthetically innovative designs without neglecting the functionality. We also constantly research for new style, trends and materials that can be used in our designs.


One of our design considerations is to make sure that though the design we create should fulfill customer expectation, yet the design should be able to be fabricated and be deliverable. The materials that will be used in the design are available and cost effective.


Fabrication & Application


Fabrication and Application is the next challenge of any quality Delivery. It involves several processes, materials, tools and know-how. Any fabrication is a unique and enriching experience.


Through the years eWorks Global has gained rich and hard learning experiences in production and fabrication. We constantly strive to adapt most efficient and latest technology driven production and fabrication processes.


Few of our fabrication processes are indicated below;


  • The entire project is managed through a computerized process to make sure that the project is visible to Project Managers and Supervisors. And the Project Management System is eWorks.


  • We have a network of state-of-the-art Computerized Production machines such as true 3D CNC routers and laser cutters.


  • We have formed joint venture and alliances with several reputed, tried and tested suppliers of material and production.


  • We make sure that the materials used in fabrication complies with industry standards and that no substandard materials are used.


  • The manpower, be it a digital designer, social media guru, carpenter or painter or CNC operator has the right skill-set and tools to perform most efficiently in the factory or at project site or at the computer.


  • Establish professional, cordial and transparent communication with Consultants and Project owners.


Project Management

eWorks Global provides effective, result oriented and transparent Project Management Services.


Project management is the art of matching a project's goals, tasks, and resources to accomplish a goal as needed. We say "as needed" because one has limited time, money, and resources (human and technology) with which to accomplish a goal. One can think of a project as a process. 



  • Goal

  • Tasks

  • Resources

  • Risks & Schedules

  • Tools & Equipment



(Job, Campaign, Digital Service or Interior)


  • Deliverables



Stage 1: Defining the GOALS of the project:


Garbage in is a garbage out. If you do not start a project with the correct goal(s), it is not likely you will accomplish the goal(s). This must be a team activity to ensure that everyone is given the opportunity to contribute and "buy-in" to what is going to happen. At the end of this stage, every team member should have an understanding of what must be accomplished.


We document it as lists the goals with a short statement providing some detail. This document includes a statement of definition of success. This is a statement that provides a description of the vital few requirements that define the goal as accomplished. Vital few implies the minimum required to do a good job. Defining success is necessary to make sure there is no ambiguity as to whether the goal has been accomplished or not. It also prevents teams from performing unnecessary iteration and improvement on a goal which has been sufficiently accomplished.


Stage 2: Define project tasks/activities:


Once the goals are defined then it should match. A detailed list is then created by keeping the goals in front all the time. The Team should agree that the specific task will accomplish the goals as per required in the definitions for success


Stage 3: Determine and verify resource requirements:


Resources are those things which are needed to accomplish the project goals. Resources may include, but not limited to:


  • Necessary manpower (skill sets) Material and Availability of approved materials used in the Project

  • Time – required to estimate, procure, fabricate, transport and apply

  • Cashflow – Cash liquidity availability for timely actions such as purchases, transport and wages

  • Space - required to fabricate and storage.

  • Technology Tools – such as project management software, computer hardware easy access to internet to communicate most efficiently.

  • In most cases our Project managers have access to eWorks, WhatsApp & email

  • Automated Fabrication process rather than manual process – We constantly research and invest in tools that can produce (fabricate) a particular element of the project in high accuracy and high speed format. Where ever possible we prefer to cut our material in CNC or Laser rather than on conventional manual saws. This process saves time, brings more accuracy and more creativity

  • Tools – A carpenter or a painter is as good as his tools. He may be highly skilled yet right reliable tools are a must to a good project management


Stage 4: Execute the schedule


Just do it! Every team member should know what they have to do and should have the right resources to get the job done. They know what the risks are and have back up plans in case of trouble. During this stage, the project manager is responsible for coordinating, though group members should communicate among themselves as required. If a group member feels he is going to go overtime/budget, it is their responsibility to bring it up to the group as soon as possible. This way, resources can temporarily be shifted to help keep the team member on schedule.


Each group member documents their activities. This is important as human memory is shaky at best and it is likely that each team member will be required to recall details of their activity. There is nothing more frustrating to a manager than to hear an employee say, "I can't remember what I did." If one can't remember, how can the team trust that what they did was correct? Documentation is the responsibility of the team members and will often be a saving grace for them.


It is likely that surprises and conflicts may occur during the course of the project. It is important to remember that it is the team's responsibility to make the project happen. If there are problems, the team should help figure them out. If there are conflicts, the team should act together to resolve them. This can be facilitated by regular meetings (daily, weekly, monthly, whatever is practical) of the team. At the meetings the team reviews the schedule and the status (complete or not complete) of the project goals. Once the goals are accomplished, the project is complete.

Stage 5: Finish the project and assessing performance

After the goals have been achieved, it is our practice to evaluate the performance of the project team. In the last group meeting the team discusses ways in which the experience could have been improved. This is where a good deal of learning and experience is gained. It will help us to prevent similar problems in future projects.

eWorks Global 

United Arab Emirates

35 Oasis Center

Sheikh Zayed Road

Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Tel: +971 56 71 55 22 7

+971 4 572 7907

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