ITQuoter, founded over 20 years ago by current CTO Richard Beresford, has announced the opening of its first UK office and the launch of an innovative SaaS quoting platform into the UK market.
This continues to build upon the huge success ITQuoter has seen throughout Australia and New Zealand. It was developed specifically for the MSP and VAR market and offers out-of-the-box integration with Autotask and ConnectWise amongst other products.
ITQuoter is now a cloud-based product, which means it can be accessed at any time across all time zones and from any location. It utilises a single database containing automated pricing and product information from multiple distributors (suppliers) and vendors.
It is a complete quoting system that can handle anything from a simple one-line quote, to more complex special bids and professional services proposals. ITQuoter does not require any hardware investment and only a small configuration process to get started. It allows users to quote quickly and accurately for ‘single source’ IT solutions. It also offers customised branding of quotes, proposals and other documentation, automated price feeds from many vendors updated daily and an easy to create eCommerce portal.
Gary Henderson, ITQuoter’s sales director, commented: “We feel accomplished with what we have achieved so far but now set out on a driven journey to expand our reach around the world. Our MSP customers have varying sized businesses, meaning they have different management approaches. ITQuoter offers the flexibility that they can use all features or just the ones they need. It offers a complete lifecycle management system that spans quoting, procurement, implementation, support and renewals.
“Launching into the UK Market with the increased demand for the product and the potential of so many great partners, we will build on our current success in Australia and New Zealand which is key to our long-term growth strategy. We are very excited about this next step towards achieving our goals.”
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