Hey, all! I've been working with resident QuoteWerks guru John Jacobson on integrating Pipedrive to QuoteWerks, and simultaneously implementing QW. Part of QuoteWerks' proposal functionality is the ability to manage a library of ancillary documents, brochures, and so forth.

In my vertical, we sell tractors. I worry that a cover letter in a quote would be a bit pretentious, but would it make more sense to have a cover sheet that is a high graphic/lowish text sheet about my dealership?

Would it be too much to include a sheet about the brand of the product being quoted, perhaps a manufacturer's brochure for the specific product, and a sheet about my company, in addition to the quote for the product?

I don't want to overload the customer with information, yet I want to build credibility through higher quality quotes.

 

Thoughts?