Quotes are a necessary evil. You have to write quotes, and quotes have to lead to sales, but drawing them up often ends up getting buried under all other work. That’s why entrepreneurs often write quotes during evenings and at weekends.
There are no sensible tools available for drawing up quotes. Often, an entrepreneur opens up an old Word or Excel form and starts to update a quote on an old template. At times, they have to look for previous quotes from which they copy text to the new quote. And as the size of the document increases, there is also more room for human errors. In addition, not all entrepreneurs have a great understanding of jurisdiction and their rights and obligations, which means that sometimes quotes leave the entrepreneur in an unfavourable position.