Bidtracer is a construction management software designed for subcontractors. Its features include bid management, building automation and control estimating, project management, service estimate tools, a CRM, and more. In this article, we cover its pricing information. Ready to get started with Bidtracer? Request a demo.
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Bidtracer offers three pricing plans based on the number of users: 2-10 Users ($50/user/month), 11-20 Users ($47.50/user/month), and 20+ Users (custom priced). All plans include unlimited storage, a mobile app, and access to all Bidtracer modules including CRM, bid management, invitation to bid, and more.
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Check out the list below of some of Bidtracer’s features:
- Bid Management
- Unlimited Document Storage
- Invitation to Bid
- Mechanical Non-Performing Estimating
- Building Automation Estimating
- Project Management
- Pre-Built Task Lists
- Service Estimate Tools
- Word-Based Proposals
- Auto Follow-Up Tool
- Microsoft Outlook Integration
How does Bidtracer help speed up the estimating process?
Bidtracer provides users with standard cost estimating systems upon request. Users may also create their own systems based on a live pricing database which they can re-use to help speed up the process.
Who are the typical users of Bidtracer?
The typical users of Bidtracer are the following: mechanical contractors, electrical contractors, manufacturer sales representatives, distributors, and manufacturers.