Adding Products to a Sales Quote Price Table

A major benefit of using a sales quote automation tool, is providing your sales team with up-to-date and accurate product information and pricing that is simple use.

QuoteCloud provides a product catalogue that could not be easier to navigate.


NOTE: this user guide topic assumes your product catalogue has already been set-up by the system administrator,  if not click here to learn how to add products to your product catalogue.


To add a product (or service item) from your product catalogue follow these easy steps:

Create a new sales quote, and ensure you have the pricing section open (which will be the default section when opening a sales quote or creating a new one.

Click on the Insert... button, and select the option Add Pricing Table.

Now you have created a Pricing Table in your sales quote. Click on the Products icon (top of the right vertical navigation bar).

As shown in the above example screen shot, the product catalogue is represented as a folder tree structure, where product categories are shown as folders to open, and products are listed within that product category.  This folder tree structure makes is easy for a sales consultant to locate the product item they wish to add to a sales quote price table.

Click on a folder in your product catalogue.

You will now see the products within that folder.  There can be sub-categories / sub-folders within the top level product category, depending on how your product catalogue has been set-up.  Larger product catalogues will tend to use sub-categories.

To add a product to the sales quote price table, either double click on the product in the folder tree, or click on the product and drag and drop it into the price table.

Congratulations you have now inserted a product on to your price table. 

You can now adjust the quantity to suite your customer requirements. 

The price of the product will default to the price in your product catalogue, however this can be adjusted by the sales consultant to suit needs of the customer.

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