Pricing Documents

Subject: Pricing Documents
From: Jonathan Leer <jleer -at- LTC -dot- MV -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 1997 15:34:39 -0300

I am looking for a reference source for how companies price manuals, and typical prices.For example, if a manual cost $20,000 to produce, how is it's price to the customer handled. Even if it is a "give-away" as everybody seems to indicate, the price has got to be figured into the price of the overall product by marketing and the bean counters. Is the manual priced at $100 with a breakeven at 200 units? Or is $50 a typical price? Or is it by the page?

Who knows??? I need info, please.

Jon Leer
Leer Technical Communications

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