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SOFTWARE SOLUTION


UK, the market and more specifically kitchen, bedroom and bathroom retailers appear to be working even harder to demonstrate their uniqueness’s to the consumer in a concerted effort to secure more business. There is a real eagerness to adopt new software to not only enhance designs and automate more processes but to truly excite the consumer along the sales journey, ultimately ending in a success over a competitor. Whether a dealer is the ‘master of visuals’, promotes an immersive virtual reality experience or connects with their customer base via an intuitive app ‘out


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n what seems like a response to unanswered political questions in the


Comment by Alexander Ainge Managing Director, Compusoft


of hours’, it appears everyone is looking for their niche, a more unique approach to sustainable success. Similarly, social media has played a huge role in the evolution of the market place and it seems this too has become second nature to the ‘switched-on’ business. Connecting with a target audience via social media, exciting them with increasingly innovative services, making a sale and then reconnecting for repeat business, seems to be universally understood as best practice and more achievable than ever. Refreshingly, in light of potentially more challenging times ahead, there is a real feeling that the market is more tech savvy than ever and is putting itself in the best possible position to tackle any adversity it may face head on.


Innoplus By Compusoft – Bathroom design made simple C


ompusoft have been at the forefront of KBB innovation since 1989 and


continue to deliver innovative tools enjoyed by customers across the globe today. Most in the industry are familiar with their bathroom software ‘Innoplus’, so why are more bathroom dealers than ever making the switch?


Design made easy Beautiful bathroom designs can be achieved in three easy-to-follow steps that anyone can master in a few days. With a host of ready-made room layouts and automated tasks, such as tiling an entire room in seconds, you can bring customer’s bathrooms to life while they watch.


Real-life images in minutes Customers are transported into their dream bathrooms almost instantly, with realistic images ready in minutes. Forget sending follow ups, grab customers’ attention in the moment, with photo-like visuals that fire inspiration and promote sales.


Trust in accurate catalogues Design accurate bathrooms with a true representation of products. Compusoft’s data experts update comprehensive catalogue databases daily, so that dimensions and appearance are exactly as you will see them when they are installed.


Detailed planning Planning is made easier with automatically scaled, annotated and branded 2D plans that come complete with elevations and elements listed for your installers.


Virtual Showroom Keep customers excited and engaged with your newly created designs by sharing them. Let them walk through a design by using VR and share it with their friends at home, spreading your brand and removing any doubt about their new bathroom.


01509 611 677 www.compusoftgroup.com


22 BKU AUGUST 2019


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