Computer Consulting Business Plan

Computer Consulting Business Plan-38
Every consultant needs to be able to do basic accounting—to document project work, track and keep tabs on work time, and monitor expenses and client billing. For example, I currently have three clients that I bill outside my primary client.I have to track the hours I spend there and I then have them sign off on the hours I plan to bill them before I send them an invoice.

Every consultant needs to be able to do basic accounting—to document project work, track and keep tabs on work time, and monitor expenses and client billing. For example, I currently have three clients that I bill outside my primary client.I have to track the hours I spend there and I then have them sign off on the hours I plan to bill them before I send them an invoice.

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It takes more than a business card and some organizational skills to start your own consulting business.

As one former IT leader explains, it requires skills, from accounting to time management, and there's more than just a few hurdles in the path.

This is an ongoing networking process that you need to develop to establish a long-term business.

After you have answered these initial questions and are hopefully still excited about starting a consultancy, there are some basic steps to take.

I believe this is because most consultants initiate a consulting business by doing part-time work while working a full-time job. I was working as a programmer full-time when someone asked me to help set up an office computer.

I had to do this after normal working hours and have been doing something on the side ever since.

I'm assuming that you have some type of programming or networking skill that is in need by someone else—otherwise you wouldn't be able to step into the market with ease.

There are a wide variety of skill niches—Visual Basic programmer, Web site designer, networking expert, or another technical skill—that are in demand by clients who don't have either the staff skills or time to train staff members.

I believe in a business plan, but my experience has shown that a lot of consultants spend quite a bit of time developing a great business plan but never get any billable income.

That is why I don't advocate a business plan until you get revenue started.

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