Someone developing the Ryanair Ltd intranet requested a custom plugin for WordPress. The plugin offers an interface used daily by many members of staff, possibly hundreds. WP was chosen by Ryanair Ltd and was already an integral part of their intranet (no public access). The entire project, including consultation, was delivered remotely. This posed challenges especially during early development when testers were only just discovering exactly what they needed. It meant the early versions of the plugin Ryan Bayne created was seen as a prototype. However, due to the nature of intranet development, it was obvious a small budget made sense. Remote delivery of the project and the problems it creates was probably cheaper than multiple in-house consultation sessions. Unfortunately, the project is private and no details can be giving about its purpose or how it operated. Support and updates were giving to Ryanair for 12 months to ensure their solution was stable and continued to be suitable. The total cost of the project was under £2000.00 and included a free update to the plugin as a standard part of WTG services.