Ularus Floral Design Software Vs. Curate Florist Proposal Software
So what’s the difference between Ularus floral design software and Curate floral software? We have several features that are similar such as payment processing, digital signatures, stem counting, and proposal creation. Here’s what you should keep in mind if you’re choosing between Curate and Ularus, or planning to switch from one service to the other.
With Curate, you are able to directly edit items on the actual proposal that you send with the ability to see the final document as you work. Everything auto-saves as you move along.
If software price is your overall main concern, Curate offers various products with some as low as $50/month. Ularus is a cost-effective option to create proposals with.
With Curate, you're able to send proposals that optimize to your client's device: whether they are on a mobile phone, tablet, or desktop, they'll have a proposal that looks like it belongs there. Ularus and Curate both have the ability to generate the proposal as a pdf.
Target Price Notification
Ularus allows florists to enter their total estimated budget and sends a notification when they have hit that budget. Curate allows users to instantly see updates to their total proposal cost and has a private notes section where a goal budget could be written. With Curate, you also receive notifications so don't overbook your rental inventory.
Multiple Recipes on a Single Proposal Item
In Curate, florists can add multiple recipes to a single proposal item - like for a head table with multiple arrangements. This is a professional florist feature unique to all florist software.
- Photos on Proposals
In Curate, you're able to add up to 8 photos on each proposal item to your pdf and digital proposals. Because Curate's proposals are responsive, users can see full sized photos with a single click. Ulauras allows photos on their proposals.
Ularus and Curate have very different markup processes. Ulaurus allows you to build your wholesale and final price onto each flower and hardgood. Curate uses a proprietary system where florists add their wholesale costs and each flower is marked up based on the default markup that the user has chosen. There is also multiple markup functionalities in Curate that allows you to change your markups based on events and / or arrangements.
Ularas and Curate provide reports for things like sales tax. Curate has Quickbooks integration and the capability to allow you to manage your Cost of Goods Sold.
- Digital Contracts
Ularus and Curate both allow digital signatures. Ularus provides the ability for clients to email pdf contracts and go through a multi-step process to digitally sign. Curate allows clients to sign after a single click. Interested in a free wedding florist contract template?
We hope this document helps. As a side note, we personally focus on building Curate, so we are giving these differences based on the best information we have available from users who have elaborated the differences. If we can update anything on here, please comment below!