Cost Estimation, Cost Accounting

On a New product development process of making a new S3 STORAGE SIM card phone storage device for end users, forecast the following With full working and tabulations;

a) With full working and tabulations the revenue and unit estimates (5 years)

b) Consider the cost estimates, effects of the learning curve

c) Consider the capital requirement (ROI BASED ON 10 YEAR LIFE)

d) What is required to get this Concept developed and tested?

e) Consider time issues and potential road blocks

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