Auckland - Custom Software - Quote Example

Client's Request: I am looking for a developer that will help me to get a program created that can be used for the Equestrian business. it should include a Stable book, lessons program, horse training plan, clients and billing program.

To fulfill the requirement the client would probably need a database with the following tables:

To record bill payments I assume a link to an existing accounting system may be required (link to Xero or similar?)

For the total development and implementation this would equate to $8000 (excl. GST).

The first step of the development would be the preparation of a detailed specification at a cost of $2000 (excl. GST). The specification is part of the total delivery but it also serves as a discussion document. At this point additional functionality may be negotiated. If the specification is accepted as is, then the further development at $6000 (excl. GST) will be paid in 3 instalments of $2000 (excl. GST) each. The 1st instalment is due halfway between acceptance of the specification and delivery of the product. The 2nd instalment is due on delivery of the product and the final instalment is due 2 months later.

For the hosting I would recommend "provider" at $250/year (excl. GST). The relationship with the hosting company is with the client. This ensures that the client is independent of Web Business Solutions Limited once the product has been delivered. The product will come with documentation that also allows the client to move to a different supplier. There will also be general documentation of how to use the screens and there is a database backup facility. Detailed user documentation is expected to be the client's responsibility, but a facility to bundle this with the application will be part of the delivered product.

For the first 2 months following delivery of the product support is free.

Additional support (after the 2 month period) or further development will be charged at $100/hour (excl. GST)


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