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post #1 of Old 06-10-2007, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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Commercial Cleaning Pricing Software

Has anyone ever heard of purchasing computer software to help determine a bid for cleaning a business? Someone told me that there was software out there, but I am not sure that I believe them. The software supposedly determines an average price by sq ft. or by number of rooms, etc.
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Would you recommend one of these software packages? Do you know of anyone personally that have used any pricing software? If so, how did they like it?
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I have no personal experience any of these software programs, as I am very old school and do all of my bidding and scheduling myself. Maybe some one else can tell you their experiences.
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Are you doing commercial? What size building are you hoping to get.?

I attended workloading seminars & looked into software a few years ago, but for the buildings that we service I can still figure pretty close what it will take without any program. Any really out there type bids that I am working on , I can always run it past the boards to see what my peers think.

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I am entering the commercial cleaning business. I have no bids as of today. Primarily because I just got incorporated. Now that I have everything in place, I am placing the finishing touches to the remainder of the business.

I wanted to see if anyone has used any of those software programs because I am considering purchasing one of them. Thanks for providing insight to the initial question and feel free to chime in at any time.
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Workloading and estimating software

Just noticed your request. Our software does workloading, estimating and bidding. If you mention this forum when you contact us, we can give you a 15% discount. You can take a look at the Job Estimator at http://www.thoughtfulsystems.com/sof..._estimator.asp

Contact me if you have further questions.

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