What should included in writing an sow

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The client is requesting a sow, what should I include on it
asked in Quoting and Rates by nhollyvoice (120 points)

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I've been involved in VO for over 30 years and I have no idea what that is.  You should ask your client for a detailed description of what they want.
answered by deborahsalebutler (21,850 points)
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I have never heard of that before but I looked it up. This is what Wikipedia says about it:

"A statement of work (SOW) is a formal document that captures and defines the work activities, deliverables, and timeline a vendor must execute in performance of specified work for a client. The SOW usually includes detailed requirements and pricing, with standard regulatory and governance terms and conditions."

You will find more specific details here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statement_of_work

I hope this helps.
answered by AleHolmen (140 points)
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I read that Wikki page and it looks like it is a contract that your employer should be providing to you, as it will outline what is expected of you.  You should ask the company for an example or template of what they want.
answered by deborahsalebutler (21,850 points)