MasterMine for QuoteWerks

MasterMine™ for QuoteWerks

The insight you need to turn quotes into sales.

    System Requirements:

    (current release: 7.0.234)

    QuoteWerks 4.x
    Corporate, Professional and Standard Editions.

    SQL 7, 2000, 2005, 2008 or 2012 - OR MS Access database
    Both SQL and Access database back-ends are served by the same version of MasterMine, and look virtually identical.

    MS Office 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    Office 2003 has significant improvements for PivotTables, both for users and the back end, and is more stable.
    Office 2007, 2010, and 2013 have greater functionality and are highly recommended.

    (Microsoft Excel must be installed on the workstation or terminal server prior to installing MasterMine)

    Windows 2000 or higher, including Windows 7, Windows 8.x and Windows 10

    512 MB RAM minimum
    For larger data files (more than a few thousand contacts or 20,000 history records), 2 GB or more is highly recommended.

    High-speed Networks
    Network speed can be a bottleneck if large files are queried. See the user manual for hints on query efficiency.


Install Instructions:


1. If you have the SQL version of QuoteWerks, you will need SQL credentials to complete the installation.


2. MasterMine must be installed on the workstation or terminal server where Excel and the QuoteWerks node are installed.


3. Close all instances of Excel and log into QuoteWerks as any level of user (not necessarily admin) prior to installing MasterMine.


4. Run the MasterMine for QuoteWerks Installer with Windows Admin privileges (right click the Installer and choose "Run as Administrator").


5. If you have multiple QuoteWerks nodes installed, the first time you run MasterMine you may see a Help Message that gives instructions for managing this situation using the QuoteWerks component "QWLaunch.exe". Follow the instructions carefully.

Please contact MasterMine Software at (877) 877-7212 for
installation assistance and to quickly get your specific needs met.


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