Why hand-deliver a printed quote to your customers?


Charles McCrumb Small Business IT Project Analyst, Office Automation Expert Herbert, McCrumb & Associates

Charles McCrumb
Small Business IT Project Analyst, Office Automation Expert
Herbert, McCrumb & Associates

The Internet is here now!
Why on Earth would I deliver a quote by hand?

For the following reasons.

When you deliver a printed quote you show that:
You care about your customer’s problem.
You care about their time, yet ensure that they have received your quote.
You care about their money, you eat the expense of printing it nicely (tip: buy a nice color laser printer and folders / binding equipment). For the first few times you do it this way, sure you can go to Staples (if I’m not mistaken, Costco offers this service as well).
You care about their data (if it’s that type of problem).
You care about their livelyhood.
You care about them.

Cheers! 😎

Charles McCrumb, Office Automation Expert
Herbert, McCrumb & Associates
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