I had just finished talking with a sales rep about updating some new specifications based on my previous experience with the client. This was a sales rep that worked for the same company as I, and we were both working with the client. By the time I got back to my desk, this picture was attached to an email:
When you get a second, read the names of the boat and dingy. Well, at least the email was well understood...
But I have to ask the question, if you are the leader, do you want to leave problems you can fix to become Change Orders later, or do you include the solution in the Original Quote? Any thoughts?
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