Overall Satisfaction with Proposify
We use Proposify in both departments--the marketing department and the web development department. In the past we were creating all proposals in Word, using templates that we had created. Proposify allows us to create really good-looking proposals and see when they're viewed, how often they're viewed, etc. It's also easy to add variables like client name. And the signing can happen easily and online.
- Great designs
- View tracking
- Immediate signing
- Some of the formatting options aren't completely intuitive, especially with regards to images.
- We've closed more proposals using this software than we do with our PDFs.
- It has saved time, which has an ROI of its own.
I've actually never used Proposify support, so I'm unable to speak about it. I suppose that's a good thing. If I did need to use it, I would hope that they'd be responsive and intelligent, but, again, since everything has worked smoothly I don't really know how the support functions or how good it is.
Overall it's great. There's definitely a learning curve, and I wish that some things were easier to use. For example, changing images isn't the easiest thing to do in it, but I'd love to be able to quickly add and change header images in my proposals. So far I've figured it out, but each time I do it I forget how it's done since it's not intuitive.
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Proposify is great for pretty much any kind of proposal, as far as I can tell. It allows for retainer-type work, one-time contracts, and a mix of both, which is perfect for my department. It also allows you to create discounts, which we do for nonprofit organizations so they can see what they'd normally pay.