Thanks for getting back to me.
Well basically i would consider a conversion rate to be when a quote is converted to invoice, the way i use quickfile is i convert it to invoice once the job is given the go ahead as i request the deposit so, if quickfile was to have the conversion tracker then it would show as a successful conversion. I get that sometimes a job quote can be out for a while before being accepted but maybe just incorporate a button to also say “unsuccessful” thus marking down the conversion rate.
Effectively, it could work by, for example, do 3 quotes, 1 customer says yes so quote converts to invoice, 1 customer says they’ve gone with someone else so click unsuccessful and 1 customer is indecisive so that remains open until you decide to mark it as unsuccessful or they go ahead.
Like everything, i doubt this will be foolproof but would give a bit more of an insight to things and i think would help alot of people who analyse things like this in their business, it is based on another software that i have seen that tracks conversions and it was the only thing that i felt it had over quickfile so thought i’d put it to you guys and hopefully it could be implemented?