In Fixed Cost Model, project scope is crystal clear in the beginning to estimate the time and cost, and then both the client and contractor goes as per the decided time and scope of work. Payment is done in pre-decided milestones.

When to use a Fixed Cost Model:

  • When the project scope is crystal clear.
  • When the client budget is fixed and limited to scope.
  • When minimum changes are expected in the project requirements.
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