We have some big updates this summer on Paperless Parts including a new mobile responsive Digital Quote, collaborative quoting, upgraded manufacturability feedback for milling, lathe, sheet metal and so much more!
You are now able to do collaborative quoting with the Paperless Parts quoting tool! Collaborative quoting informs you when a teammate is editing a quote or quote item that both of you are working on. When someone else has a quote item open, you will see a lock and a label as seen below:
The Digital Quote is Now Mobile Responsive
The new Digital Quote experience is here! This update allows mobile devices to use the quoting function with ease. After feedback from customers, we have also changed how part file names, part numbers, and revisions are displayed on the quoting page.
Huge Improvements in Manufacturability Feedback
This release includes improvements in milling, lathe, and sheet metal manufacturing interrogations. In addition to better warnings, you can now customize the parameters used by these processes to better align with your shop’s capabilities. Learn more about the updates here.
Resend Quotes and Follow Up With Your Customers
You can now resend quotes while looking at the quote views modal. Use this feature to follow up on quotes.
- You can now change the setup and run time to use seconds, minutes or hours.
- You can now reference other operations using “workpiece” in your pricing formulas. Learn how to use it from the P3L help documentation.
New “Contact Support” Location and Updated Resources
We’ve moved the orange question mark beacon to the bottom left-hand of the page. Depending on your screen size, it may shift back to the right-hand side of the page.
Resources now takes you to the Help Documentation. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Everything we build is based on feedback from our customers. Contact us at [email protected].
If your job shop is not using Paperless Parts yet, sign up for a demo today.
– Sam Rotner
Sam Rotner is the Business Management intern at Paperless Parts. He is currently a Trinity College student pursuing a degree in political science.