Many electrical estimators were pushed into remote working due to COVID-19.
When your whole business is about producing quality electrical estimates for clients, you need an efficient process for counting takeoffs! We interview Tom Levitt of Southdowns Estimating Consultants.
What are the advantages of true, automated takeoffs? We chat with Eric Bronson of Anixter about their experiences:
Time-saving is a key goal for many businesses, one Open Technology hoped to achieve by adopting Countfire. Here is their story:
How can electrical contractors streamline takeoffs on complicated drawings? Here’s how EcoGreen Energy Solutions does it:
When you have a number of electrical projects in the pipeline, you need an efficient process for counting take-offs and producing a quote. Here’s how Maintec have streamlined that process with Countfire:
ROC is an electrical and mechanical company working on some large projects in the UK. Here’s how they use takeoff software to quickly produce electrical estimates:
How can Countfire’s estimating software help boost revenue? Value Lighting gives some insights into their experience:
Can Countfire really be used on projects large and small? We caught up with David Leslie of Designplan Lighting to find out how they use the software:
It’s always great to know how others are using Countfire – we had a chat with Mark Tumilson of KNI, to find out how they go from tendering to installation.
Electrical tenders are highly competitive and rely on a quality bid – here’s how William Farrell make theirs rock-solid:
One of our early clients, AM Fire and Security Group, is here to talk about how they’re continuing to grow their business:
In this customer case study, we speak to Ryan Beck of Winters Electrical Services, find out how they use Countfire and the difference it makes to their business.
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