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What is WinQS-SQL?

WinQS-SQL is a program used by enterprises and companies to survey quantities. The primary output of the program would be bills of quantities, which are documents that put forward a record of all items involved in a particular project or bid. Hence, for example, a contractor may create a bill of quantities, covering all the work and materials involved in a job to document all the resources involved and analyze total cost.

WinQS-SQL allows users (single or multiple) to create itemized lists of this type. The program’s interface is WYSIWYG, so the users have constant access to the list data. Multiple users can be granted access to the same list for collaborative projects and for management and auditing purposes, a record is kept of which user entered which data. The program also automatically applies page numbers and entry/item pages to the document for print-ready. It also includes several libraries for industry standards, e.g. ASAQS Model Bills and Electrical Work. The layout of bills is customizable, SABS1200 documents can be created with the software, there is a tool for making monthly valuations, dimensions are previewable as abstracts or totals, and estimation and cost analytics are provided.

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File types supported by WinQS-SQL

Our users primarily use WinQS-SQL to open these file types:

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Last updated: : July 18, 2014