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#42019 - 09/15/04 08:05 AM Estimating Software
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Loc: Sanford, NC USA
Hi,
My husband and I are business owners and would like any opinions on estimating software and accounting software.

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#42020 - 09/15/04 08:19 AM Re: Estimating Software
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ems,

Welcome to ECN.
If you do a search here in the General Discussion Area for the words 'Estimating Software' that will start you off with some past discussions on this subject.

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Bill

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#42021 - 09/15/04 09:31 AM Re: Estimating Software
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Registered: 10/22/03
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Loc: toronto canada
In Canada we use a program called accubid,which is also available in the States as well.Very good for changes as well.

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#42022 - 09/15/04 10:29 AM Re: Estimating Software
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Thank you to Bill and GETELECTRIC for your quick responses. I used the search and found the past discussions very helpful.

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#42023 - 09/15/04 04:55 PM Re: Estimating Software
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For accounting software Quick Books Pro really can't be beat for a small business. There is a new more expensive version made just for contractors, I don't know if it's worth buying but you might want to look at it.

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