PataBid Launches AI-Powered Estimating Software, Quantify, For Mechanical And Electrical Contractors

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September 22, 2022

PataBid has developed a groundbreaking AI powered, cloud-based construction estimating software that is specifically designed to provide small-medium sized mechanical and electrical contractors with an effective cost estimating tool.

PataBid Quantify features include:
• Quantify has an automated takeoff feature that uses AI technology to effortlessly count common items on drawings. What used to take an estimator days of work, can now be accomplished in hours
• Advanced tools on Quantify allow for the creation or importing of existing items and data from other software sources, along with an internal robust item and assembly database available out of the box
• Pooled licensing enables easy license sharing with multiple users in a company
• The fully integrated labour manual includes all information about the labor units so contractors can bid confidently

The construction industry has rapidly been implementing digital technology tools in order to improve material procurement, track job progress and generally ensure that projects are run as efficiently as possible. All of these tasks take place during the construction phase of a project. PataBid Quantify provides a software solution that can help identify and mitigate job risk or unpredictability in the pre-construction phase through accurate job costing and analysis.

As more contractors increasingly seek to upgrade their estimating tools, Quantify was developed by PataBid’s CTO, Melvin Newman, to offer an affordable, streamlined software solution to mechanical and electrical contractors.

“The electrical & mechanical construction contracting ecosystem is poorly serviced and severely over worked. Electrical & mechanical work on our modern buildings is some of the most complex in construction with the tightest timelines. Quantify is built to save E&M contractors time and effort that can be better spent helping their clients directly.” – Melvin Newman

PataBid Quantify targets small to medium contractors with a fixed price, affordable solution. The software is available now for a yearly license fee of $1,200 USD.

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