@dustinb3403 said in pricing on websites:
My biggest issue with not having a listed price for your services or software is this. If I can't even gauge how much it might cost be to do business, then how can I even begin to understand the value of your services or software.
IE: If I want to by an Amazon Echo or Google Home Mini I can just look up the list price and have a ballpark idea of what I'm going to be spending.
I should have some means of doing that, with any software or service provider. At least I feel I should. .
It boils down on more complicated software that without an SE 99% of people would order the wrong thing.
@mike-davis said in pricing on websites:
@scottalanmiller said in pricing on websites:
Nope, it's the best possible thing for them. Let's them determine their needs, get the best pricing, and not get burned by bad estimates or scope changes. From a customer side, it's literally the best thing I could imagine. Without it, they'd be stuck either paying as they go (which would force everyone into higher prices) or into the scoping disaster. It's the best form of customer protection we could think of.
Don't you have to estimate the hours to figure out how many hours they need to buy?
Why does paying as you go force higher prices?
I have to carry the payroll costs up front. Blocks of hours I could discount 10%