We just switched over to Quickbooks Desktop Enterprise at the beginning of the year. (Cloud-hosted on Rightnetworks).
We are looking for the ability to have our customers e-sign our estimates. We'd also like to be able to make line-level text customizations (bold, font, etc) and add pictures to our estimates depending on what we're selling.
We still want the information to seamlessly integrate with QB. It looks like Method CRM fits some of the bill (you can pay for them to add an e-sign feature to your estimate, it doesn't come stock) and it seamlessly integrates. It seems to be lacking rich-text formatting of estimates though. (You can edit the template itself, but we'd like to be able to include actual pictures of the products were selling as well as specific formatting on a line item level)
Does anyone know the best software combo to accomplish this? We'd really like to improve the look of our estimates/proposals but don't want to have to create a duplicate entry in quickbooks.
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We sell material handling equipment (simple stuff that works as just one line item on a quote), but we also sell full warehouse redesigns, installations, bigger projects that require a little more detail on estimates and we'd prefer to have nicer formatting available.
QBE with Fishbowl integration. Wanting to simplify with less integration.
building quotes on word, and FB, then creating SO in FB and finally migrating when job is complete to marry all the expense transactions costed to the job. It’s not automated and can be way more efficient.