A website where businesses can get unlimited tech help.
Tier 1 – 3 business day turnaround
Tier 2 – 6 business day turnaround
Tier 3 – 12 business day turnaround
Next business day tech advice or recommendations (add 1 day)
– tier 1 = 2 hours
– tier 2 = 4 hours
– tier 3 = 8 hours
And 20 business days per month
Therefore 2 hours per 3 days = 14 hours per 21 days. Therefore 14 hrs pm at $995pm.
At max 160 hrs pm = $US11,371kpm (approx. 10 clients)
Curation website using Chipmunk theme
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