Software License Key Sales, Network Setup, And Monthly Service

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We will gain revenue through software license key sales, initial network consultation/installation, and subscription based monitoring and technical support. Clients have the choice to bundle services offered at a reduced price from the cost of each service individually. The software keys will be sold in bundles of 20 or 50 users with the price being $800 and $1500, respectively. The network topology consultation and installation fees will vary depending on the size and scope the client will choose. We can generally expect upwards of $5,000 for medium sized network packages, including telecommunications. We will charge clients $1500 monthly to monitor for, and respond to, any disruptions to their networks, supplementing their own IT…show more content…
We also compete with the traditional IT departments within the client company. Traditionally, the client’s own IT department will install and configure networks with the client eating the hardware and installation cost (Evans, n.d.). This competition also extends to our monitoring and technical support offered by C.L.S.T. as IT departments usually handle network malfunctions or issues. Competitive Strategies C.L.S.T. is offering a unique solution to the software and networking restraints for companies who buy/sell stock. Providing the companies with customization of software according to their needs, size, and budget, while also providing the support and services to install, develop, and maintain our software in manner our competitors cannot match. Cost Leadership Strategy Our packages will be customized to the customer and ultimately save their companies money. By bundling our software and support, the need to seek other or outside IT services will be diminished and reduce the unnecessary technical services that those who do not use our services would acquire. Also, when utilizing our professional IT services, the company can cut the cost of an internal IT department and focus more on the employing those in the profession of what the business actually provides. Employing the
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