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More companies are choosing EValuate estimating software to replace manual spreadsheets

March 5, 2020

Eque2 are pleased to welcome Powerlogic, TNV Construction and Mullion Professional Services who have chosen to implement EValuate estimating software to replace their manual spreadsheets which will ultimately help to save them time, increase accuracy and win more work.

Read on to find out more about why these companies have chosen EValuate …

 

Powerlogic

Powerlogic are the industry leading European industrial battery change system that design, manufacture, install and maintain bespoke Industrial Battery Transfer Systems/Charging Areas.

Powerlogic were using manual spreadsheets to manage their estimating processes, they found these processes were cumbersome and prone to errors which could be extremely time consuming.

After going out to market, Powerlogic were impressed by how user friendly EValuate was, they particularly liked the fact that they could easily set up libraries with rates which meant that everyone would use the same description and rates, improving accuracy and saving them time as a business.

 

TNV Construction

TNV Construction Ltd provides a total package to take care of all the client’s requirements in both the private and commercial sectors.

TNV Construction were using multiple spreadsheets to manage their estimating processes, having data through multiple spreadsheets that were prone to error was extremely time consuming for the business. The Commercial Manager at TNV Construction had used EValuate at a previous business and had seen how EValuate can speed up processes and make companies more efficient.

TNV Construction opted for EValuate with Laxton’s Priced Libraries which will allow them to use the descriptions, build ups and change the rates where necessary. They also opted to include the integrated On-Screen Takeoff tool where they can perform a fast accurate On-Screen Takeoff from all file types with a live link between the Dim sheet and the Takeoff.

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