Jetbuilt Adds Request for Proposals, Project Sharing Jetbuilt, a provider of web-based Mac and PC AV proposal and estimation software, is streamlining and enhancing the request for proposals and project sharing process with its newest online tool. By RS Staff Published: August 18, 2016 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Jetbuilt, a provider of web-based Mac and PC AV proposal and estimation software, is streamlining and enhancing the request for proposals and project sharing process with its newest online tool. The Jetbuilt RFP Project Sharing tool eliminates the need for antiquated spreadsheets while providing increased ease of collaboration with clients and vendors. Jetbuilt’s newly released functionality allows consultants, facility managers, and technical directors to utilize the intuitive software to easily go from building rooms and systems, to defining the scope of a project. As users create their RFPs, they can manage photos, drawings, and documents associated with the project and effortlessly drop in products from the Jetbuilt database before budgeting their projects and finally creating and delivering a high-end, comprehensive RFP. Then, the project can be shared with vendors to allow for straightforward and immediate collaboration. Users can chat as they work together to refine their project—while the original project remains saved. This allows the project to evolve while working with a selected vendor. “We’ve essentially amped up the RFP process for AV and IT systems with our newest online tool,” said Paul Dexter, founder and chief executive officer for Jetbuilt. “Spreadsheets are outdated and our new technology allows the RFP process to be a living, breathing journey for our users and their clients, partners, and subcontractors. We hope to continue to improve upon this first iteration of the RFP Project Sharing tool as we get feedback from our integrators, who have responded enthusiastically already.” Visit Jetbuilt in Booth 8205 at CEDIA 2016 in Dallas, TX from September 15-17. For more information on Jetbuilt, please visit Jetbuilt.com.