Jetbuilt adds new Features to Proposal & Estimation Software

The company says its latest feature provides the ability to conduct and manage purchase orders, and it points out these options will be available to its domestic and international software products.


Time is one attribute that many installers find the toughest aspect of their businesses to manage. Helping dealers to better manage their time to run more efficiently is the Newport Beach, Calif.-based software company Jetbuilt

At ISE 2016 the company will debut its latest dealer convenience feature with the introduction of its purchase integration feature. Jetbuilt states the new feature enables dealers to order equipment for their projects online using a simple mouse click. In the software once a proposal is converted to a job, the California company says the option to send purchase orders for the initial project phase is offered to users to eliminate the need to then place product orders, which saves dealers from having to complete their tasks and then place their product orders. 

“We're delighted to unveil our purchase order integration at ISE 2016. It has been one of the most requested features from our dealers,” says Paul Dexter, founder and chief executive officer,” Jetbuilt. “With a single click, orders for products included in the initial phase of the project are created to send to multiple manufacturers or distributors for fulfillment. As the job projgresses, additional purchases can just as easily be sent to ensure dealers receive items when they are needed.”

Jetbuilt adds its latest feature is included in dealers' subscriptions, and the company emphasizes the feature will remain a free option for all subscribing dealers that actively maintain subscriptions to its project management tools. 

The software is compatible with PCs and Macs, and some of the software's other features include the ability to collaborate and access team members' progress from remote locations. 

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