D-Tools Mobile Quote 2.0 4+


Designed for iPad

    • Free

iPad Screenshots


Redesigned for a more intuitive, effective and visually impactful experience, D-Tools’ Mobile Quote 2.0 is a native iPad® companion app to the D-Tools SI platform. Mobile Quote 2.0 makes it easy to walk prospective clients through available technology options while seamlessly generating a scope and budget for customer approval. The data collected is instantaneously transferred into D-Tools SI for further design development and project management.

Leveraging D-Tools’ extensive product library and workflow concepts such as the specification of devices by location and system, Mobile Quote 2.0 allows salespeople to obtain signed approval of a project scope and budget, and even collect a design retainer, in the very first client meeting, thereby eliminating the competition as well as the need to waste valuable time on proposal revisions.

Labor and general pricing can be calculated so customers see an accurate budgetary number, which can then be signed off for approval on the spot within the D-Tools Mobile Quote 2.0 app.

D-Tools Mobile Quote 2.0 enables Residential and Commercial Integrators to:

* Create New Quotes – Add contact information, establish pricing parameters, set a deposit or design retainer amount, and even a price contingency/range
* Preset, Add and Delete Rooms & Systems – Add system details and room details including site photos
* Add Products as Packages and/or Allowances (from SI catalog) – Add items to multiple rooms simultaneously, adjust pricing on-the-fly
* Automatically Calculates Quote Totals and Subtotals – By system, by room, by equipment vs labor
* View a Quote Summary – By system, by room, by equipment vs labor
* Get Customer Approval – eSignature capabilities and even collect the deposit/retainer through your preferred mobile payments platform

What’s New

Version 2.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Various bug fixes.

App Privacy

The developer, D-Tools, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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