question re: what my implementation costs should be vs total project cost.
We've recently had a business model change were we are now actively chasing project work vs maintenance contracts and thus ...
Ive got a project we are looking to:
couple fibre links
configure all logical network and security (NPS + VLANS + WiFi controller config)
VOIP handsets (15) install and config (+vlan)
+ ancillary stuff (IE everything IT related)
total cost of materials is around 40K (licensing incl) and Im calculating my usual implementatoin costs @ < 5k. This makes implementation costs about 20% of "materials".
Does this sound about right? Looking for averages or percentages.
Edit: Because i don't know how to use bullets correctly.