Custom Proposal Forms

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by WPLC, Jan 29, 2019.

  1. WPLC

    WPLC LawnSite Member
    from USA
    Messages: 223

    Is there any software out there that is reasonably priced that allows you to customize a proposal that is sent to a customer via email?

    Specifically, I want to be able to send a customer a quote for around 5 different services. I would like the customer to be able to choose which services they want by checking the box next to the service they want. Then it will add the total of all the services and the customer can then accept the proposal which will send a notification to me of which services they selected.

    I have been looking around for a while, but can't seem to find anything like it.
     
  2. tdoeizreal

    tdoeizreal LawnSite Senior Member
    Male, from Midwest
    Messages: 537

    Service Autopilot does this.
     
  3. WPLC

    WPLC LawnSite Member
    from USA
    Messages: 223

    Thanks, anyone know if this is possible on Jobber, Yardbooks, or any other cheaper CRM software?
     
  4. Jake the grass guy

    Jake the grass guy LawnSite Member
    Messages: 227

    i believe yardbook just came out with something similar to what you are proposing. lists your services and the customer and click on them yada yada. i havent quite got to that yet. some things are too complicated for a customer to care for. but checkout yardbook
     
  5. Doc8406

    Doc8406 LawnSite Silver Member
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    Yeah.. i believe that is what they call an "estimate"..
     
  6. Jake the grass guy

    Jake the grass guy LawnSite Member
    Messages: 227

    The Yardbook Selling Suite is what its called
     
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  7. Doc8406

    Doc8406 LawnSite Silver Member
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  8. WPLC

    WPLC LawnSite Member
    from USA
    Messages: 223

    Thanks, I wasn't expecting Yardbook to have anything like that.
     
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  9. WPLC

    WPLC LawnSite Member
    from USA
    Messages: 223

    However, it looks like you can't actually add this to the email. You need the customer to follow a link to a separate yardbook page.
     
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  10. That Guy Gary

    That Guy Gary LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,379

    Emails are kind of limited as to what they can do. They were designed to just send messages, not run applications.

    Sending a link to do it on a website is about the most automation you can get out of email.
     

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