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Old 08-18-2006, 11:21 AM   #1
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Default Print estimating software

PowerQuote print estimating software from Mace Estimating promises to “make print estimating a breeze.” Handles offset and digital print jobs, direct or brokered, with estimates based on user-customizable production rates.

Has a long list of features, probably best understood by a printer. Available for Mac or Windows (with an on-line estimator). Have no idea of the cost, which is evidently calculated on a per-user basis. (Guess it is no $50 deal!)

Still, interesting looking. I have had to estimate print jobs on occasion, and it is a complex job (there are several books written about it), so this might be a welcome tool.

   
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