Quotify Request a quote plugin is designed for business owners to receive request for quotation (RFQ) or request for information (RFI) from customers.
How to Add Request A Quote Feature to Your WooCommerce Store
From physical goods to digital goods (with all shapes and sizes), WooCommerce allows you to sell anything. WooCommerce, a free eCommerce plugin, also allows many developers to make an extension app that will optimize the e-commerce sites both for customers and yourself.
Well, people do not buy a product unless it is right. Some products like hand-crafted furniture are custom made order. If you don’t have the ready-made product, then you cannot set a standard price of it. However, in a WooCommerce store if you don’t set a product price, then the ‘Add-to-Cart’ button will not be displayed. So a customer cannot buy a product which doesn’t have a price displayed in it.
Now, the question is, how does the customer contact you? Well, the answer for the question would be instead of providing a single point of contact on your website, a user-friendly option ‘Request A Quote’ has been added on every single product page. An interested customer can send you a request a quote for the price.
Adding ‘Request a Quote Plugin’ to a Woo Store
Well, there are a lot of “Request A Quote Plugin“, ranging from free downloads and paid service extensions. One very useful extension I think I can suggest you is Quotify.
Quotify helps to add a ‘Request a Quote’ button on one the products in WooCommerce Store. It also helps admins or store owners to send custom quotes by allowing you to detailed quotes.
Quotify – Request a Quote is very light, secure and easy to configure plugin developed by AllRounder Themes.