Proposal & Invoice Software

starbrite

New member
I am using the Customer Factor and a separate program for proposals from Office Max. I'm looking for something different as well.
 

Superior Outdoor

New member
There are alot of QB knock offs out there but QB is by far the best for small businesses. it is generally more expensive than the others but worth every penny.

I know microsoft has a program, Quicken, peachtree, small business pro, or you can do everything with excel. just remember your accountant WILL HATE YOU.

and a good accountant should save you as much as they charge....and most use QB
 

Vince Wood

New member
I've been using "my deluxe invoices and estimates" for over 5 years. It was cheap to buy, it's easy to use and it gets the job done. Even my propane supplier uses the same program.
 

gogreenwash

Roundtable Host 2009
I was using invoice deluxe as well up until it locked me out.
Had to start another company and start all over again.

So then I found invoice2go for my phone. That's all I use now.


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Premium Clean

New member
late; but i use invoiceASAP. however you can only use it on a mobile device, ie. ipad, iphone, etc. its FREE convenient and easy
 

Jillian Shelton

New member
I like Quickbooks online. But If u wanted to save yourself some money and you knew how to do it you could make yourself a template using your computers excel program. For your proposal/bids and estimates
 

Chris Dubbs

Member
We use invoice2go on iPad.


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There are alot of QB knock offs out there but QB is by far the best for small businesses. it is generally more expensive than the others but worth every penny.

I know microsoft has a program, Quicken, peachtree, small business pro, or you can do everything with excel. just remember your accountant WILL HATE YOU.

and a good accountant should save you as much as they charge....and most use QB

Ouickbooks is well worth the money and will save you time.
 

oxfordlawn

New member
trying out customer factor right now.....
Stick with it and learn it...you will get to love it. Its gotten very detailed and full of features that take some learning and getting used to.I have been using this for quite some time(years) now and think its great. The number of updates and new features these guys put in is amazing. It takes some getting used to but the scheduling, automatic reminders and email capabilities are what I think separates this program from all the others I have used.
 

Doug Rucker

Roundtable Host 2009
Stick with it and learn it...you will get to love it. Its gotten very detailed and full of features that take some learning and getting used to.I have been using this for quite some time(years) now and think its great. The number of updates and new features these guys put in is amazing. It takes some getting used to but the scheduling, automatic reminders and email capabilities are what I think separates this program from all the others I have used.

Tried it for a month and canceled it. Doesn't really do anything I don't already get w QB and IPhone calendar.
 
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