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Last Post 09/14/2009 8:06 AM by  JimGary
which is more learner friendly integ. or xactimate
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Goldust
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09/13/2009 11:19 PM

    Who has used Integriclaim and xactimate and which one do you think is the more user friendly?

    Does integriclaim have a diagram tool to write estimates by , like xactimate?

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    09/13/2009 11:48 PM
    I would suggest that based on the companies that you are looking into working with that your estimating software will be chosen for you. Right now the top dawg as far as prefered by most companies is Xactimate. I personally have used only Xactimate and dabbled in Power Claim. I really enjoy Sketch in the Xactimate program. I can sketch a roof that in 3-D looks just like the roof that I was on no matter how cut up or varying the elevations were.
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    09/14/2009 12:27 AM

    Neither

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    09/14/2009 8:06 AM
    I have used both. Xm8 is more complicated to learn, but once you get it is superior to me. Unless it has changed, Integra did not have the option of estimating directly on the sketch like Xm8. You basically would stick draw your diagram, manually put in you measurements, then do your estimate. The advantage is the ability to put in a measurment on a roof that maybe you can't quite right on sketch. I do like the report printing ability of Integra, so far I have not found a function comparable in Xm8.

    JWG
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