With only a few employees or computers

For small businesses, there will come a time when, after setting up the technical infrastructure, they will start to think about what to do when it doesn’t work. Unfortunately, sooner or later, you’re going to be faced with that situation, in general, sooner or later. It’s just a matter of when and how much trouble you’re going to get into; there are two common pricing models used by IT services companies. All other pricing models fall somewhere in between these two options. The first pricing model is called “break/fix”. This model basically means that something is currently broken at your company and in progress, and you can call in and call your IT professional to fix the problem. If you are starting a business on your own or with only a few employees or computers, you can probably do that by finding a good local break/fix company. You want to keep your pricing as cheap as possible.