Gespoint vs. Quahill
Thread poster: Tradophenia

Tradophenia
Spain
Local time: 00:34
Member (2011)
Spanish to English
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Aug 12, 2015

Hi,

We're currently reviewing Gespoint and Quahill. We were almost sure we were going to go with Gespoint, which is set up specifically for Spanish agencies, but then discovered Quahill, which has a very intuitive interface.

I was wondering if anyone has had any experiences with these programmes and could tell us about their experiences.

We're also interested in finding out if Quahill would let us record other business expenses, such as utility bills, etc. so we could control our monthly expenses.

Thanks,
Nick


 

Michael Beijer  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 23:34
Member (2009)
Dutch to English
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Projetex? Aug 12, 2015

Tradophenia wrote:

Hi,

We're currently reviewing Gespoint and Quahill. We were almost sure we were going to go with Gespoint, which is set up specifically for Spanish agencies, but then discovered Quahill, which has a very intuitive interface.

I was wondering if anyone has had any experiences with these programmes and could tell us about their experiences.

We're also interested in finding out if Quahill would let us record other business expenses, such as utility bills, etc. so we could control our monthly expenses.

Thanks,
Nick


Hi Nick,

You've probably already heard of it, but I thought I'd just mention Projetex, which might be another option for you: http://www.projetex.com/ (it's made by the same people that make TO3000)

Is Gespoint also available in English? I noticed from their website that they also do a version for freelancers (which would correspond to TO3000). Interesting.

Michael


 

GregSmith
Local time: 00:34
French to English
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QuaHill Oct 19, 2015

Tradophenia wrote:

... interested in finding out if Quahill would let us record other business expenses, such as utility bills, etc. so we could control our monthly expenses.

Thanks,
Nick


Hi Nick,

I may be late chipping in, but for info, we use QuaHill at VoxAppeal & are very happy with it. Main advantage for us is that it is very customisable (Translation is only one of our multimedia localisation services, so we needed to be able to add a lot of other info & variables.) We don't currently record utilities on QuaHill but you could create a vendor category called "utilities" and list them there. You can then choose to include them in stats, which also offer a range of views, calculations & exports.

Developer support is also very amenable, and you've probably already seen the online tutorials?

Good luck,
Greg


 

LingCom
Argentina
Local time: 19:34
English to Spanish
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Hello. Which one did you finally buy? I tried Gespoint and can tell you my experience. Nov 25, 2016

Tradophenia wrote:

Hi,

We're currently reviewing Gespoint and Quahill. We were almost sure we were going to go with Gespoint, which is set up specifically for Spanish agencies, but then discovered Quahill, which has a very intuitive interface.

I was wondering if anyone has had any experiences with these programmes and could tell us about their experiences.

We're also interested in finding out if Quahill would let us record other business expenses, such as utility bills, etc. so we could control our monthly expenses.

Thanks,
Nick


[Editado a las 2016-11-25 15:43 GMT]


 

Igor Juricek  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:34
English to Czech
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Quahill intuitive? Aug 29

I tried quahill and I found it anything but intuitive.

 

Michael Beijer  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 23:34
Member (2009)
Dutch to English
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my current recommendation would be BaccS, ... Aug 29

… which is quickly becoming the best one out there, for both freelancers and small companies. There is now both a Windows and online version.

info: http://www.ibaccs.com/

Michael


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