Yes Please
“Just the way you want.!!!!!”
Cost Model
Work Out Criteria
• Cost.
• Expenditure.
• Stakes.
• Returns on Investment.
• Profitability.
• Loans and liabilities.
• Ti...
The Major Expenses
-An yearly analysis
• Human workers (SALES TEAM) –INR 1,50,000.
• The hardware and the material Cost- I...
Expenses at a glance
Expenses
Human
Material
Services
Misc
Revenue Charged Per Customer
• There are two schemes in which the product
can be marketed for the customer ::
– THE PURCHA...
The Purchase scheme revenue
generation
• FULL PAYMENT BY CUSTOMER BY PURCHASE
OF PRODUCT- INR 1,50,000 per (5+1+1+1)
mater...
THE REVENUE UNDER FIRST SCHEME
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
MAETIAL
CHARGES
SERVICES GAURANTEE
ON
HARDWARE
PROFITABLITY
FOR
COMPANY
Schem...
MEMBERSHIP SCHEME
• FIRST DOWNPAYMENT- 30% of the product
• SUBSEQUENT PAYMENTS – INR 19,300 PER
MONTH.
• SERVICE charge –...
Revenue under scheme 2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Downpayment Service charge MISC-
Gaurentee+
labour
Net Profitability
1 yearly
2 yea...
UNIT COST Vs REVENUES
0
1
2
3
4
5
INRin*1,00,000
Axis Title
COST(INVESTMENT)
Scheme 1
Scheme 2
Profit
• ANNUAL PROFIT PER PRODUCT-
• SCHEME 1 : INR 1,23,000
• SCHEME 2 : INR 1,98,000
• Start-up is in profit.,….!!!!!
Business Model Viable?
• Yep, Certainly…!
• ROI (Return on investment)::
INR 1,52,000 Per year … 
Thank you
• Yes please team welcomes queries and
businesses…. 
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Yes Please Cost and Revenue

  1. 1. Yes Please “Just the way you want.!!!!!” Cost Model
  2. 2. Work Out Criteria • Cost. • Expenditure. • Stakes. • Returns on Investment. • Profitability. • Loans and liabilities. • Time of repay.
  3. 3. The Major Expenses -An yearly analysis • Human workers (SALES TEAM) –INR 1,50,000. • The hardware and the material Cost- INR 7,00,000 (Based on current estimated customer size) + Tolerance. • Tolerance :: INR 50,000 per customer. • Service and other customer oriented Expenses- INR 1,00,000 • Misc expenses- INR 1,00,000. • Total estimated expenses –INR 10,50,000
  4. 4. Expenses at a glance Expenses Human Material Services Misc
  5. 5. Revenue Charged Per Customer • There are two schemes in which the product can be marketed for the customer :: – THE PURCHASE SCHEME In this the customer buys the who product and the start-up only provided the services for a period valid for only one year from the date of sale – THE MEMBERSHIP SCHEME The product is installed at the customers place all the hardware software cost are bear 30% by the customer and 70% by the firm. There is an annual charges charged to the customer. However this scheme is costly for the customer.
  6. 6. The Purchase scheme revenue generation • FULL PAYMENT BY CUSTOMER BY PURCHASE OF PRODUCT- INR 1,50,000 per (5+1+1+1) material setup. • MONTHLY SERVICES CHARGES :: INR 3,000*12= INR 60,000.
  7. 7. THE REVENUE UNDER FIRST SCHEME 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 MAETIAL CHARGES SERVICES GAURANTEE ON HARDWARE PROFITABLITY FOR COMPANY Scheme 1 FULL PAYMENT QUATERLY PAYMENT HALF YEARLY
  8. 8. MEMBERSHIP SCHEME • FIRST DOWNPAYMENT- 30% of the product • SUBSEQUENT PAYMENTS – INR 19,300 PER MONTH. • SERVICE charge – INR 5,000 per month • Total revenue- ~INR 3,00,000 (Approx.)
  9. 9. Revenue under scheme 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Downpayment Service charge MISC- Gaurentee+ labour Net Profitability 1 yearly 2 yearly 3yearly
  10. 10. UNIT COST Vs REVENUES 0 1 2 3 4 5 INRin*1,00,000 Axis Title COST(INVESTMENT) Scheme 1 Scheme 2
  11. 11. Profit • ANNUAL PROFIT PER PRODUCT- • SCHEME 1 : INR 1,23,000 • SCHEME 2 : INR 1,98,000 • Start-up is in profit.,….!!!!!
  12. 12. Business Model Viable? • Yep, Certainly…! • ROI (Return on investment):: INR 1,52,000 Per year … 
  13. 13. Thank you • Yes please team welcomes queries and businesses…. 
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