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Quotation Management in vtiger/vtplus CRM

This week’s topic is Quotes module, which comes under Inventory Management:

This is how the Quotes module home-screen looks like:

quote _1_module


A Quote can be defined as a formal statement issued by a seller, to the prospective buyer at their request. It contains the detailed list of Products and Services, Prices and Taxes, Dates, Involved Parties, Address information, Terms, and Discounts within the context of the Quote.

There are two steps which assist you in creating a quote;

The first one is: Click on the ‘Quick Create’ drop-down and select ‘Create Quote’, (making sure that mandatory fields are added) and click the ‘Save’ button.

Secondly, we click on the plus sign – ‘+’ as given below;

quote _2_module

Once this is done, you should see the screen as below:

quote _3_module


Then, we simply add the details in the fields as described:

Subject: This field is mandatory. This specifies the topic of the quote;

Quote Stage: Again, this is mandatory, this sets the status of the quote.

We then enter the details that links the Quote to customer data already captured in the system, (if we have it), or creates new customer contact records should we not;

Contact Name, Organization Name, Status, Billing Address, Shipping Address, Terms and Conditions, and so on – in vtiger CRM, you can store Quote details by entering data in Quote detail form.


quote _4_module


Once you are happy with this, click on the ‘Save’ button, and the following screen will appear:

quote _5_module

In the above detail view example, if you look at the right side, there is an Action and Tools block – from here, you can send emails (with a PDF attachment) and generate Invoices, etc. without having to re-enter values manually, as these values will be automatically populated.

The screenshot below gives you a quick view of the Services Contracts detail view where you can perform such actions as Delete, Edit, Duplicate, and many more.

quote _6_module

(In the example above, we can see a preview of how the document will look when exported to PDF)

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