By Minnie Stowe - March 24 2018 19:43:14
Everything in business demands professionalism, so do quotes. Whether you are a freelance writer, provide web developing services, offering good sales or whatever, when you present quote or bid to your customer, you should not forget to address the customer using the letterhead format in the beginning of the quote. This will help to give an impression of your professionalism and will most probably convince your potential customer to take your services/goods. And even for this impression of professionalism, you don’t have to worry much.
Quote template has a settings page that acts like a mini database and stores all the company details that would get automatically populated on the Quote. You can select enable or disable option from the drop down menu to either print the company name or slogan on the top or not. There is an option to select a color scheme for the quote; you can select the preferred color through the design picker. You can also record the Company Address on the settings page and this saves you from re-typing the address on every Quote. This page also has pre-defined country setting like any applicable tax that the country levies and the currency in which the Quote needs to be published.
A quotation can also be referred to a statement that comprises of a number of goods/services along with the price list. Sometimes a quotation may contain the warranties as well. It is very helpful in bidding. In this knowledge, a quotation template is often called as estimate template and/or bid template.
Usually a quote template is in tabled format, where there is the vendor’s name or the seller’s name, task’s title, a detail of the task and the services vendor will provide or the goods a seller is offering, pricing details, total amount etc.
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