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We receive tenders from government agencies. Submission deadlines are very tight. We are evaluating whether dynamics is the right tool to help us generate the quotation for these tenders. The question is for those people who are involved in the Bidding process. Does Dynamics 365 have the capability to import BOQ list, assign products and services to the list and generate a quotation for the costumer?
D365 PSA with some configuration can definitely help you to stay on top of the bidding process. I have seen several implementations where bids are managed in PSA already.
In regards to quotations: PSA is a good fit for companies that provide services based on labour (let's say above 80% of opp value) rather than mainly products. You can have a list of project templates and apply these templates to a project to come up with a quote for the project based mainly on labour (plus expenses and fees).
Management of materials is currently not available in PSA.
Good fit for a construction company? Architectural office - yes. Building/construction - it depends.
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