Qwilr turns business documents into interactive web pages, which are designed look good on all devices. It includes templates to allow users of all skill levels to build pages with no need for coding, as well as the ability to add CSS rules to create custom styles. Users can also view detailed page analytics, tracking who has viewed a page, how long for, and which section of the page was viewed the longest. Qwilr also includes the option for proposal viewers to digitally accept quotes, with digital signature and e-payment facilities, and creates a full audit trail for this process.Show more screenshots »
Qwilr was founded in 2014 by Dylan Baskind and Mark Tanner, and is based in Sydney, Australia. In May 2015, Qwilr secured funding of AUD $500,000 (around $395,000) from investors including Sydney Seed Fund and Macdoch Ventures. The application was intended to replace the use of digital documents with interactive, mobile-friendly web pages. It has garnered very positive reviews from users, often praising the intuitive nature of the interface and polished design of the web pages.
Qwilr allows users to turn their business documents, such as proposals and quotes, into interactive web pages, removing the need to use traditional software such as PowerPoint or Excel. By employing an intuitive interface and providing customizable templates, with the option to add additional CSS rules, Qwilr enables users of any skill level to create professional-looking online documents that scale across devices.
Qwilr also offers detailed analytics on page views, time spent on page components and links clicked, as well as immediately notifying users when their Qwilr pages have been viewed. This, in addition to security features such as password protection and time-limited access, gives users maximum insight into and control of their pages.
Finally, Qwilr gives users the ability to have clients accept, digitally sign and pay for proposals within their web pages, and creates a full audit trail for this process, which is emailed to all parties as confirmation.
The Qwilr app is minimalist by design. The interface is very much user-friendly, primarily because it stays out of the way and allows users to control the look and feel of their projects with simple and intuitive UI elements.
New users can get started by clicking the pink “Try it free” button on the Qwilr homepage. The user is presented with a pop up form that asks for a name, email address and password.
Qwilr users can choose from three membership plans. The first is the Pro plan which costs $29 per month and includes access for three users, a custom subdomain, integration with Xero, FreshBooks and Quickbooks, basic analytics, email and Slack notifications, basic analytics, and the first five pages free. The Business plan costs $89 per month and includes access for up to five users, CRM integrations, a custom URL, stronger security and advanced analytics, and accept with e-sign functionality. The Enterprise plan costs $549+ and is tailored to the users' needs, including the removal of all Qwilr branding and a personal account manager for support.
Additional users can be added for $15 per person, per month.
All plans are also available as yearly subscriptions, equivalent to 12 months' service for the price of 10.
Qwilr is ideal for freelancers and small-to-medium-sized business users who frequently send quotes, proposals, or presentations to clients, but also has a powerful enterprise product. The application allows users of all experience levels to create and customize interactive web pages with no need for coding.