Crafting a Winning Subcontractor Quote with Software
Generating leads is hard work. Regardless of how you acquire them between potential customers contact you by phone, through submitting a form on your websites, or through a client referral, when you are talking to a lead you want to make sure you do everything necessary so you get the job over anyone else! More often than not, you will be competing against other service companies for the job. When you’re competing for business, you need to set yourself apart. DocuWrx has come up with a few ways you can make your subcontractor quote stand out from the rest, so you win the business you compete for!
Email your Quote
If a customer phones you asking for a price, don’t just provide them with the price over the phone. You can take it one step further and send them a professional, detailed quote that reflects your attention to detail and professionalism. By utilizing a CRM, you can capture all of the customer’s relevant information and offer to email the subcontractor quote so they have a record to reference. Emailing your quote will showcase your professionalism, your dedication to customer service, and will help you stand out from the competition. By collecting customer information and emailing quotes, you’re also able to easily follow up with your customer, which is a great way to win more jobs.
Writing a High-Quality Quote
Now we know that quotes should be emailed to clients, but what should be included in a subcontractor quote? The key information that your subcontractor quote should contain includes:
- Company Name – For your company to stand out, potential customers need to know exactly who you are. Make sure that you include your company name and, if possible, include your company logo on all quotes.
- Contact Information – Make sure that your contact information is clear and easy to find. For your customer to take action on the quote, they need to be able to contact you, so make it as easy as possible for them.
- Identify Line Items – A well-written quote will help your customers understand what you are providing and what they are getting. Customers want to know what they are paying for, so list out each product and service with the associated price.
- Client Specific Notes – If the quote is valid for a specified amount of time, or there are special details that your customer needs to know, be sure to include this information in the quote so there is no confusion. Your client will appreciate extra attention to detail.
Start the Work
Once your new client accepts the quote, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to work. One of the great things about a well-written quote is that you and your client know exactly what the job entails. Use your subcontractor quote as the base for any work order you need to provide to employees in the field so they have the information they need to get the job done. A detailed quote and quoting process will help you land more business and work more efficiently.
For more information about Kosmas and how it can help with the creation of accurate subcontractor quotes, please visit www.docuwrx.com/solutions.