Everyone has made mistakes in mathematics, but some mistakes are more important than others.
In a contract I was working on, our team put a proposal together to manage a customer’s computers. As part of the contract, there was a mistake which meant we had proposed to charge a customer a once-off fee of $20,000 when it should have been a fee of $20,000 per annum for the duration of the contract, which was five years.
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