American Glazing Software introduces it's "Tools of the the Trade" software

American Glazing Software introduces it's new line of software products to the flat glass industry.AGS WindowBidder allows users to create, save and print complete commercial window and storefront estimates.

AGS SizeItUp! is a glass and metal sizer program for flush glazed window systems.

This new suite of programs is designed to help increase efficiency and accuracy in the bidding and fabrication of commercial window projects and is designed for all retail glass shops.

In addition, their revolutionary "Tools of the Trade" subscription program is designed to keep glass shops on the cutting edge of software development by providing new software based on their customer's needs.

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