Why you should upgrade your QuoteWerks now!

Are you running an older version of QuoteWerks and considering whether you should take advantage of the ‘Winter Special’ 10% discount offer to renew your UMP and bring your QuoteWerks installation up-to-date?

Do you need some compelling reasons to convince your boss to upgrade but are getting a little lost in the various version feature updates listed on the QuoteWerks website?

Email support@hilltopsit.co.uk to request our QuoteWerks build summary PDF document.  This lists out the main feature updates that have been added over the last few years which we feel are the ‘killer updates’ and the reasons why you should upgrade your QuoteWerks now!

Please let us know if you feel that there’s anything we’ve missed!

And get in touch if you’d like more information on any of these features or a price to renew your UMP subscription.

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