CalcuQuote now available to electronics contract manufacturers

The request for quote (RFQ) process is one that is tedious and error prone for many small to mid-sized companies in the electronic contract manufacturing industry.

Industry veterans recently announced the release of a solution to this problem: CalcuQuote. North Dallas based CalcuQuote is a web-based application that delivers faster and more accurate Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCBA) quotes.

CalcuQuote helps electronic contract manufacturers respond to customer requests for quote (RFQs) quickly and accurately. Having positive responses from current beta clients, CalcuQuote is now making its pricing tool available to the electronics contract manufacturing industry.

“We found this tool very helpful in preparing more accurate time estimates,  reducing time to quote and improving visibility into the quotation process,”  says one of CalcuQuote’s early customers.  “The system is very intuitive, and the staff at CalcuQuote was always available for any clarification needed.”

CalcuQuote uses a custom designed algorithm for PCBA companies to convert simple user inputs into mathematical calculations. The end result is an intuitive way to build your price.

“At every point in the development process, we sought ways to improve users’ decision making without slowing them down,” says Founder and CEO, Chintan Sutaria. “I see CalcuQuote as taking the guesswork out of PCBA quoting.”

CalcuQuote is more than just a pricing tool – it is a quote management system. Users can open new requests for quote, use workflows to manage tasks between quote team members, follow up on open quotes and track sales and process metrics to gauge performance.

Security and reliability are at the center of CalcuQuote’s architecture. CalcuQuote is ITAR compliant, does not require any hardware investment and offers free installation and initial consultation.

For more information, visit the website at www.calcuquote.com.

  • Raquel Vincent is a Dallas-based creative with a knack for words and inspired creative direction. When she's not working, you can find Raquel hitting a gallery opening, working on her book, or thrifting for unforgettable vintage finds. She loves music festivals, tacos, and her rescue cat Berlioz.

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