Solutions360 and D-Tools share a common vision to help integrators increase productivity, efficiency and standardization.
From the first interaction with a new customer to the final service touch point, you want the design and engineering experience to be seamless and impressive. But using disparate systems and tools can make that a challenge.
We’ve got good news: There’s an answer!
Announcing the D-Tools and Solutions360 integration
“We are very excited about the integration,” says Tofiq Indawala. “Our customers handle a lot of functions in Q360 including sales management, pipeline management, forecasting and so on. But when it’s time, they’ll be able to start their engineering process directly in D-Tools, with a click of a button. Our customers will be able to complete all the engineering functions in D-Tools, and then seamlessly bring the entire bill of materials back into Q360 to kick start the project, the job costing and all the financial elements of the project. We think it’s going to bring additional efficiency to all the engineering teams for system integration companies.”
Our customers will be able to start their engineering process directly in D-Tools, with the click of a button, and then seamlessly bring the entire bill of materials back into Q360 to kick start the project, the job costing and all the financial elements of the project.
Much more than a drawing tool, D-Tools helps integrators save time and increase productivity.
“At a minimum, we’re seeing a 30% throughput improvement, so it’s not uncommon to see a 50% efficiency gain,” says Jeff Oakes, Global Sales Leader at D-Tools.
For much more information about the Solutions360 and D-Tools integration, presented in partnership with NSCA
Join us for a free webinar, on Thursday, August 29, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT.
Learn how integrating Solutions360 and D-Tools can incorporate design and engineering into your overall business processes for outstanding customer experiences.
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