You can create a new quote from a Customer page, or you can create one based on one or more backflow assembly. Use the following instructions to create a quote based on one or more assembly.
Note: Click here for more information about creating a new quote from a Customer page.

Create a Quote Based on One Assembly

1. On the Customer page, scroll to the service location with the assembly to which you want to add to a quote. 

2. Click the Add to Quote icon for the assembly to which you want to add to a quote.

3. On the Quote Tests page, review the price; select an option from the Price dropdown list to change it.

Note: Listed options are set up as standard invoice items. Click here for more information.

4. Click Add to Quote.
The quote is created, and the Edit Quote page opens.

5. On the Edit Quote page, review the quote and do one of the following:

  • If there are no changes, exit this page and continue your other work in Syncta. 
  • Update the quote as needed, and then click Update Quote at the bottom of the page.


You can now view this quote on the Quotes and Work Orders page or in the Quotes section of a Customer page.

Create a Quote Based on Several Assemblies

1. On the Customer page, scroll to the service location with the backflow assemblies to which you want to add to a quote. 

2. Select each assembly to which you want to add to a quote.

3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Quote Selected Devices.

4. On the Quote Tests page, review the price of each test; select an option from the Price dropdown list to change it.

Note: Listed options are set up as standard invoice items. Click here for more information.

5. Click Add to Quote.
The quote is created, and the Edit Quote page opens.

6. On the Edit Quote page, review the quote and do one of the following:

  • If there are no changes, exit this page and continue your other work in Syncta. 
  • Update the quote as needed, and then click Update Quote at the bottom of the page.

You can now view this quote on the Quotes and Work Orders page or in the Quotes section of a Customer page.

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