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Estimator's Guide: Assessing and Picking the Right Software

November 30, 2017

Getting Started

Takeoff and estimating software has been around for almost 30 years, but many estimators still rely on traditional methods to conduct business. Estimators may be using tools that include pencils, highlighters, rulers, and spreadsheets.

While there’s nothing wrong with getting the job done with dated techniques, today’s construction businesses are quickly adopting technology to help them do better. Estimating is at the heart of any construction business. Many growing companies find estimating technology, especially software including takeoff tools, can help eliminate mistakes and increase revenue.

With the right software technology, companies should:

• Improve accuracy

• Decrease bidding time

• Increase bid volume

• Win more projects

• Make more money

So, how do you know if your business is ready for estimating software? Download the step-by-step guide to help you assess your takeoff tools and learn 7 steps to selecting the right software.

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