EnquirySoft aimed to improve client’s business efficiency in creating and generating quotations, e-mailing quotations, maintaining billing and shipping information and providing enhanced Quotation Management Software Reporting Features. Enquirysoft enables an interactive and user friendly web interface to support quotation generation and management and include search facility to search existing quotes based on opportunities, prospect / services or any other information provided into the quote. Web based automated quote management process helped the client leverage maximum performance. Quotations Management figures, analyzes, and oversees value statements and offers for retail or wholesale customers. Quotation software packages includes:
- Sales team can send proposals to existing and new customers
- Quotations are linked to inquiries
- Reminder to sales person prior to as well as on follow-up date
- Provision to revise quotations
- Copy from existing quotations is also possible
Quotation Management System
The integrated Quotation Management System offered by EnquirySoft is easy to use and flexible. This application allows a company to create, submit and track quotes and invoices.
Benefits Provided by Quotation Management System
- Manage all of your quotation records in one user-friendly system as well as maintaining the necessary standards for tracking.
- Email invoices directly from the application.
- Support simple web based document management functionality. Modify attached documents preserving their history.
- Track the status of a Quote using customized reports which simplify the workflow.
- Ability to attach supporting documents to a quote either for external or internal use.
- Email the quote directly from the application to one or multiple recipients.
- Invoice a Quote issuing one or multiple invoices.
- Generate the invoice PDF using custom designed PDF Forms.
- Generate an automatic quotation in a PDF format using custom designed PDF Forms.
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