ProEst is a construction estimating software designed for general contractors and subcontractors. Its features include cost estimating, digital takeoffs, bid analysis, CRM, accounting integrations, reporting, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews. Ready to get started with ProEst? Request a demo.
What ProEst Does Well
Users who gave ProEst a positive review said that the software is easy to use. Some users also shared that its ability to perform material takeoffs increased the productivity and accuracy of their bids.
One user who gave ProEst a positive review on Capterra commended how useful it is for creating quantity takeoffs. He said it also helps in calculating the dimensions and areas of his construction projects.
What ProEst Does Not Do Well
Users who gave ProEst a negative review reported that it requires its users to build their own database, which is costly and time-consuming. Some also complained that they’re paying for items and features that aren’t useful for them.
One user who gave ProEst a negative review on Software Advice shared that he had to hire a full-time person to build all his databases from scratch. He said he requested several times for a database but ProEst never provided him any.
ProEst’s pricing is not published on their website. Prices for similar providers range from $40-$60/month for basic plans, while the more extensive plans cost $100-$150/month. Interested users can contact ProEst to request a pricing quotation.
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Check out the list below of some of ProEst’s features:
- Cost Estimating
- Digital Blueprint Takeoffs
- Bid Analysis
- Proposal Creation
- Accounting Integrations
- RSMeans Database
How does ProEst streamline and consolidate every estimating activity?
What type of industries would benefit the most from using ProEst?
Here is a list of some of ProEst’s popular integrations:
- Foundation Software
- Dexter + Chaney
- Viewpoint Software
- Jonas Software