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SharePoint consultant price

There is an interesting tweet I responded to today:


I think the price doesn't matter at all in the SharePoint industry. I have got customers who were provided with assistance from a highest level - price-wise - consultants who could deliver what they promised or when their work required further re-engineering.
Also there are good specialists on the market who wouldn't charge a fortune, but still are capable of delivering high-end quality solutions.

As we all know very well, the price of any good or service consists of rent of the assets, cost of labor and profit. In today's rush for diminution of asset prices and cost of labor the major portion of the price is profit for the service provider which is nothing to deal with quality of service.

There is another problem - not too many highly-skilled people on the SharePoint services market. However the price for the consultants is still considerably high.