Set your working hours, business costs then tell Billy your cost day rate, top rate, and feel-good rate.
Estimate like a boss! Use Billy’s project rate slider to propose project costs with confidence.
Save iterations of your estimates and then, boom! Watch as your clients are amazed by your costing prowess and willingly approve.
It’s easy to overlook smaller tasks in a big estimate. Save time and stop inaccuracy by making your own pre-filled templates which you can re-use again and again.
Never lose track of an estimate you’ve sent to a client. Always know if they’ve agreed to it. Quickly search for historical information and research patterns you might have missed in the past.
When you’ve perfected your estimate in Billy, you can send it to the tools you already use to write sales proposals. We’re always looking for new ways to export your data to other tools.
Designed for estimating business-to-business services (consultancies, creative, digital agencies, freelance wizards), Billy is built for businesses who either don’t know how to estimate with confidence or have become frustrated with the way they’re currently estimating for work.
Billy is for freelancers, startups, micro or small businesses who want to:
If any of the above ring true, Billy will help you rethink how to estimate.
I’m Ed Jones, one of Billy’s founders. I want you to help us craft Billy and make it something that will help your business grow. Email me if you want to discuss the Billy way of working.[email protected]
We don’t think you should have a ‘standard’ day rate. Flex your price to account for the factors of the project, and make a bigger return.
We’ve grown Error using the Billy tools and techniques. You can grow your business too.
It might seem obvious, but before you know what to charge, you need to understand how much you’re spending on running your business.
Avoid the pitfalls we’ve experienced in estimates, and make sure you charge properly for everything.
We discuss how to make your estimate as accurate as possible, and how you can capture requirements in a way which avoids over-work.
You can reasonably expect to have to explain your project costs. We have written some tips to help you justify your costs and feel confident that you’re worth what you’re quoting.
It’s super-exciting to get agreement for your project. But before you start work, there are a few other things you need to get in place to make sure everything goes smoothly.