Monday, July 24th – Quote! Quote! Quote!

24 07 2006

Hi, this is Eve back from holidays with a great suggestion.  Scenario:  You have a client who’s interested in a package of your equipment – some backhoes, an excavator and maybe a wheel loader.  Every piece requires some sort of modification, whether it’s swapping out a bucket or adding in a new paint job – but only if this deal goes through.  So on the Internet the equipment is listed one way for the general public but you want to be able to give your customer a quote with the pending modifications, pictures and the new price – and to top it off, the customer has trade-ins too.  What’s a salesman to do?

Solution:  Use the Quote Builder – gives you the option of including a cover page, cover letter, trade-ins and a sales order – compile your quote and modify each piece of equipment, as required – and it’s simple to do.  You give your customer a professional looking quote, branded with your company logo and tailor made for them with your contact information listed.  Negotiating back and forth?  Go into your quote and fine tune – Point2 software tracks them for you too.  Quotes can be printed, faxed and, to cover all the bases, quotes can be e-mailed in two formats – PDF and HTML, so your customers have a choice on how they want to view them.  The best part is – all you have to do is point and click – hardly any typing! 

Give Support a call if you would like a walk through on this great marketing tool. 

Eve Marshall, Client Support, eve @ point2.com 888-955-7900 / 306-955-1855

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2 responses

1 06 2011
Brandice

You’re a real deep thinker. Thanks for sihrang.

22 06 2011
Jeff

The relationship between a home buyer or seller and their agent is based on trust, shared goals and understanding. I strive to continually improve and to do this I listen and take the needs and wants into consideration.
The relationship between a home buyer or seller and their agent is based on trust, shared goals and understanding. I strive to continually improve and to do this I listen and take the needs and wants into consideration.

I’d love to hear from you!

I’d love to hear from you!
Me too

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