Free Estimates and Bill of Quantities Program

Personally I have no need for this kind of software but I suspect there are many of you who do.

This certainly looks to be a pretty serious program and you can't argue with the price.

Well I guess you could  argue that it's not really free in that they do ask you to provide a lot of personal data in order to register to the product.  It's your call. 

PriMus-DCF

Signing off,
Rhiannon

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by oladiran richard (not verified) on 14. January 2011 - 12:52  (64528)

i will like to get a manual on bill preparation so as to guoide me in preparing bills.
thanks
oladiran sunday richard

by Anonymous on 13. June 2010 - 4:01  (52008)

I am an individual and it is very difficult for me to keep track of things. I thought the software was boon from the Gods. But then I found the whole thing to be a little confusing as the issue of God is. Living in India, I needed to create a price list of my own. But I am trying to figure out how to. The software seems to be tuned for the civil work industry. Doing the things for interior work is again needs a little figuring out. But what the hell, One has no right to complain about a free software. Remember the proverb "Never look a gift horse in the mouth". I will definitely work around the issues I have.

by Sea Mac on 24. May 2009 - 3:46  (22227)

Here is a possible alternative program:

Apache OFBiz

http://ofbiz.apache.org/

No registration required!

Being open source under the Apache 2.0 license and driven by a community Apache OFBiz offers both flexibility by design and by access to code, and a solution where you're not alone but rather can work with many others to get things done. Apache OFBiz offers a great deal of functionality, including:

* advanced e-commerce
* catalog management
* promotion & pricing management
* order management (sales & purchase)
* customer management (part of general party management)
* warehouse management
* fulfillment (auto stock moves, batched pick, pack & ship)
* accounting (invoice, payment & billing accounts, fixed assets)
* manufacturing management
* general work effort management (events, tasks, projects, requests, etc)
* content management (for product content, web sites, general content, blogging, forums, etc)
* a maturing Point Of Sales (POS) module using XUI as rich client interface
* and much more all in an open source package!

Go get it and use it NOW!

by Anonymous on 19. May 2009 - 10:33  (21859)

It is exe_file. Has anybody tested for spyware, etc?

by Anonymous on 19. May 2009 - 9:28  (21854)

From the screen shots it looks very sophisticated. I do this sort of thing by hand for part of my work, and for anything complex we would use a professional Quantity Surveyor - for a price.
I'm in the planning process to renovate my wife's 150 year old stone house so the timing couldn't be better! I'll give it a go and post a review.
Great work!!!

by Anonymous on 20. May 2009 - 10:25  (21939)

Over a day later and still waiting for my activation code by email.
The help file is a bit sparse on 'how to' information such as:
How the price list is to be populated and what exactly they mean by the word 'Tariff' - I think it's simply a reference code at the discretion of the user, but I am confused as to whether there is a particular structure to the reference codes. They have online price lists at their website it would appear, but one needs to have registered/activated the product to access these...
sigh

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