rajharish841
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Bio: Would anyone tell a contractor to build a house and then walk away to let him do it as he pleases? Probably not. Most people would at the very least specify the how, where, when, and cost. Professional projects are no different.

Then comes the question of what is sow (statement of work) of any given project or assignment. Few of us get along that SOW is same as the scope of work. The statement of work (SOW) in an RFP or RFQ defines a project’s goals, deliverables and performance criteria. A scope of work (SOW), included in the statement of work, describes the specific tasks the contractor will perform to meet objectives. In a freelance marketplace for telecom engineers, Statement of Work (SOW) holds of paramount importance so as to comprehend better before initiation.

The scope of Work (SOW) is a tool that allows the business of all sizes, calibers, and niches from telecommunications to construction to communicate such vital business details with employees, vendors, contractors, and freelance workers.