Pricing Model Subscriptions
Constantly updated with the latest information, our price modelling subscriptions enable clients across the globe to compare all dimensions of a service to understand what they should be charging or paying for IT infrastructure services, cloud infrastructure and IT personnel.
Market Price Model
The latest market pricing at your fingertips
With thousands of data points gathered from our benchmarking engagements and other sources, the ETBS Market Price Model allows you to investigate the costs of outsourcing a wide array of IT service areas across the globe.
The Market Price Model gives you thorough knowledge of the global outsourcing landscape enabling you to:
- Understand all the elements in each service tower and how they affect contract value.
- Negotiate with a true understanding of market-competitive pricing in multiple territories.
- Identify process gaps and remedy them through contract negotiations.
- Simulate the effects of changing service levels, volumes and other price drivers.
Market price model service areas ( click to show the service towers where applicable)
End User Computing
Midrange Applications (Linux, Wintel, Unix)
Midrange DB/ERP (Linux, Wintel, Unix)
Midrange Infrastructure (Linux, Wintel, Unix)
Personal File Storage
Email & Calendar
Notes & Domino
Software-defined Everything (SDX)
Incident Management including MIM
Service Level Management
End User Computing
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
Desktop/Laptop (Windows & Mac)
Source & Deploy
Advanced Threat Protection
Data Loss Prevention
Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)
Managed Email Security
Managed SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)
Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
Privileged Account Management (PAM)
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Security Compliance & Reporting
Central Telephony Services
IP Phone Services
Unified Communications (UC)
Service Integration and Management (SIAM)
Above you can see the areas in which we are currently working, our scope is continually expanding so let us know if there are any other areas you are interested in.
Simply choose which services and which countries you require and ETBS will provide you with a comprehensive model to calculate your competitiveness in this area.
Rate Card Model
Global ICT market rates at a glance
The Rate Card Model provides current contractor and consultant data on ICT personnel rates for an extensive range of job roles across more than 45 countries, taking into account seniority, specific skills and certification, city/region and vendor tier.
With the latest global ICT rates at your fingertips you can:
- Base charge out rates on what the market allows. Don’t leave money on the table or lose business because your rates are too high!
- Determine whether offered contract rates are market conforming or if you are being overcharged.
- Eliminate the risk of comparing incompatible (non-normalised) rates and hence the ramifications of relying on incorrect information.
- Improve consistency and understanding of pricing across your operation.
Rate card model job families ( click to show job functions)
Data Base Administrator
Web Developer / Programmer
Test Team Leader
Technology & Infrastructure Manager
Network Infrastructure Manager
UNIX Systems Administrator
Project Team Leader
ERP and CRM
Application Security Specialist
Service Desk Manager
2nd Level Desktop Support Analyst
3rd Level Support Analyst
IT Risk Manager
IT Training Manager
Above you can see some of the job families and functions we currently research, our scope is continually expanding so let us know if there are any other roles you are interested in.
Simply choose which roles and which countries you require and ETBS will provide you with a comprehensive model to calculate your competitiveness in this area.
Cloud Pricing Model
Demystifying the cloud
With constantly updated data from over 400 sources across Australia, USA, UK, Germany and Asia, the Cloud Pricing Model gives you the intelligence you need to:
- Identify the main price drivers for the Cloud.
- Understand which elements are typically bundled into a Cloud offering rather than offered individually and/or separately.
- Compare the breadth of pricing offered for similar products in the Cloud.
- Compare the influence of ‘value adds’ by selecting price drivers such as: phone support, firewalls (physical), managed backup and OS support and other components that generally need to be paid for separately in a cloud environment.
- Compare and consider the pricing and configuration options available between Cloud, VPS, and (physical) dedicated servers, while also considering ‘marketing’ variations like Virtual Dedicated Servers (VDS), Baremetal Servers and Private Clouds.
- Explain why an enterprise Cloud solution will not easily compare with public Cloud offerings.