Wessex Or Estlite

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Wessex Or Estlite

Post by MarkR32 » Fri 12 Oct, 2018 6:34 pm

Hi All,

I can see this has been covered so many times, but given the significant cost difference can anyone advise what the difference is between the Wessex Pricing Programme and the software offered by ESTlite..

Its time i got a pricing programme rather than depending on the grey matter and an excel workbook

Thanks in Advance

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Post by GeoSpectrum » Sun 14 Oct, 2018 5:07 am

I have not used Estlite but have been using Wessex for about 6 years. I find it very good, it's simple to st up and use. No real bells and whistles but it does the job.
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Wessex Or Estlite

Post by Ed209 » Sat 27 Oct, 2018 7:55 am

I have been using Wessex for over a year now it’s fairly basic now I am used to it but that makes it simple to set up and use.

From what I remember I did like the trial of Estlite but unfortunately I started the trial before I really had the the chance to use it properly and the trial could not be extended whereas the Wessex one could so basically that’s how I ended up with Wessex and not Estlite.
I do find with the way the Wessex program works that when you get up near the higher prices you have to discount to bring the price down to reality.


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